You—our advocates, volunteers, donors, and friends—have made 2021 another year to remember.
Family Eldercare has been working hard to make sure that the people we serve are safe and connected no matter what.
Hailing from the Piney Woods of East Texas, William-age 72, is a Vietnam veteran.
For Quentin Rozier, a typical day might start at the shelter, or doing street outreach where he meets and engages with his existing and new clients.
Family Eldercare condemns the excessive use of force in a video recently released by KXAN.
Quentin shares his experience as Rapid Rehousing Case Manager over the last two years.
Learn about what a person under a court-ordered Guardianship goes through a process to get their rights restored.
The generosity of our community ensured the fan drive could reach even isolated, rural neighbors like Connie this summer.
We’re thrilled to announce our participation in the Travis County Supportive Housing Collaborative to develop a pipeline of new-build supportive housing to address the needs of housing-fragile older adults, people experiencing homelessness, and adults with disabilities.
This investment would help older adults, people with disabilities, and care workers across the country live and age with dignity in their own homes and communities.
Jennie is a certified guardian, and one of her former clients just had his rights restored by the courts.
I met Cheryl during one of our typical sweltering summers last year. This was during the height of COVID-19. She was sheltering at home and it was HOT. Cheryl couldn’t afford to turn on her AC. She had recently become a widow and was grieving the loss of her husband. They had shared their Austin …
There’s one thing you must know about Olivia Ussery. She loves to help people.
Family Eldercare proudly serves and employs Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Austinites
Our vision for 2021 is to expand our partnerships and voice to ensure Central Texans have a supportive place to call home.
If you are part of the vast number of individuals and families experiencing or facing homelessness or know someone who is, here are several steps you can take today.
Family Eldercare believes everyone who needs a COVID-19 vaccine should get one. We are focused on ensuring high-risk older adults and adults with disabilities receive the information, resources, and support they need to get vaccinated.
We’re calling on Governor Abbott to release the billions in unspent CARES Act funding to support the rental assistance needs of Texas renters and landlords.
On this Veterans Day, don’t thank a Veteran for their service. Instead ask them, “You good?"
We have made the difficult decision to close our In-home Care services program, effective October 31, 2020, after 25 years of providing older adults and adults with disabilities personalized care at home.
Family Eldercare emphatically opposes this change, and any other efforts by legislators to legalize discrimination against any group. We will continue to serve, advocate, and fight for the LGBTQ+ and disability communities.
First and foremost, we express our deepest condolences to all who loved and cared for Michael Hickson.
Our agency is committed to the issues of older adults and adults with disabilities, and we must vocally acknowledge that racial and systemic injustice are leading issues for the people we serve.
Team, The death of George Floyd is yet another tragic reminder of the bias and violence that exist in our society. This incident, and too many like it, is deeply troubling to those of us working on the front lines to ensure all people regardless of race are treated equally, fairly and with compassion. All …
Family Eldercare’s Guardianship program is the proud recipient of 2020 funding from Texas Bar Foundation to support providing advance care planning services for lower income Texans at low to no cost.
Scams related to the coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, are rapidly increasing as the public health emergency develops.
During this public health emergency, I encourage you to extend the eligibility for currently approved benefits for Texas seniors and adults with disabilities through the end of the 2020 calendar year.
Because of supporters like you, in 2019 Family Eldercare served more than 5,200 individuals, and our employees had nearly 64,000 meaningful interactions with the people we serve.