Austin Diaper Bank – is dedicated to providing diapers to Austin families in need to strengthen the community as a whole. Central Texans young and old need a clean, reliable supply of diapers for a healthy and comfortable quality of life.
www.austindiapers.org, (512) 710-7232
AGE of Central Texas – tackles the challenges of aging with expert, compassionate solutions to make aging a journey of triumph. They are dedicated to older adults and those who care for them and most of who they serve has a form of dementia or Alzheimer's.
www.ageofcentraltx.org, (512) 452-4611
Alzheimer's Texas – is dedicated to eliminating Alzheimer's through the advancement of research and enhancing care and support services for individuals, their families, and caregivers.
www.txalz.org, (512) 241-0420
Hill Country Senior Activity Center – is determined to make a difference in the lives of people age 60 and older. Their goal is to have meals and activities in which seniors can't wait to participate and share with other seniors. They want to have them excited about each upcoming day...and what each day offers.
http://hcseniorcenter.org, (512) 858-4663
Hospice Austin – As the first hospice in Central Texas, Hospice Austin was established more than 30 years ago by a group of doctors and concerned citizens for the sole purpose of serving families. Since then, they have provided end-of-life care to any person who needs it, regardless of the complexity of the illness, cost of care, or a patient’s ability to pay. Hospice Austin also offers grief counseling, free relationship specific support groups, and events to support anybody in the community who is grieving.
www.hospiceaustin.org, (512) 342-4700
Planned Living Assistant Network of Central Texas – offers an array of customized services designed to enhance the lives of individuals and families facing mental health challenges.
www.planctx.org, (512) 851-0901
Power for Parkinson’s – provides free fitness and dance classes for people with Parkinson's and their care partners in Austin and surrounding communities. Their mission is to engage people with Parkinson's in regular exercise to slow or even reverse the effects of Parkinson's disease, improve their overall sense of well-being, provide opportunities for socialization, and help prevent depression and isolation that often accompanies the disease.
www.powerforparkinsons.org, (512) 464-1277
Regency Integrated Health Services – a dependable and trustworthy management company for 52 skilled nursing and rehabilitation centers across Texas. Each facility is locally staffed and a vital part of its community. The combination of local expertise supported by high standards and more than 25 years of operational experience allows for a personal and genuine experience at each location.
www.regencyhealthcare.com, (361) 576-0694
Texas Ramp Project – provides free wheelchair ramps to the elderly and people with disabilities who are economically disadvantaged.
www.texasramps.org, (512) 761-8894