Resource Information

Adjusting to the Role of Caregiver

Becoming the person who cares for a spouse or parent can happen suddenly or over a period of time. Regardless, as a caregiver, you are an integral part of your loved one's life.... Read More >


Alzheimer's is a type of dementia that causes problems with memory, thinking and behavior. Symptoms usually develop slowly and get worse over time, becoming severe enough to interfere with daily tasks. Learn about Alzheimer's resources that can assist you or a loved one.... Read More >

Caregiver Resources

The role of caregiver, while fulfilling, can be quite demanding. Although it?s easy to overlook, one of the most important facets of being an effective caregiver is having access to the support you need for yourself, as well.... Read More >

Fall Prevention Checklist

One-third of Americans 65+ falls each year; every 19 minutes, an older adult dies from a fall. Whether you are looking to make your home safer for yourself, currently caregiving for someone, anticipate caregiving, or need to prepare your home for a visitor that may fall due to hazards around the home, a quick review of this checklist can help prevent a devastating, painful, and potentially fatal situation. ... Read More >

Financial & Legal Resources

Financial security is crucial in helping individuals and families thrive. Unfortunately, there are times that both financial and legal resources are needed to prevent abuse and exploitation of seniors and adults with disabilities. ... Read More >

Financial Planning for Older Adults

Access local resources to assist with Medicaid, SSI, SSDI and other assistance programs to help low-income seniors and adults with disabilities.... Read More >

Fraud & Scam Resources

Fraud and scams against senior and adults with disabilities is taken very seriously. Please use these resources to report suspicion of these crimes.... Read More >

Health & Safety Resources

We know that protecting the health and safety of your loved one is a top priority. In an emergency situation, reaction time can make all the difference. Family Eldercare created this list of resources for you, should the need arise.... Read More >

Help Paying Nursing Home Costs

Because of the high cost of nursing home care, an average of almost $4,000 per month in Texas, most people who go into nursing homes for extended times will sooner or later need help form the Medicaid Program to pay the nursing home.... Read More >

Low-Income Housing

Family Eldercare has one Affordable Senior Housing property, but many of the phone calls we receive do not qualify for our limited housing opportunity. There are many resources available, and by providing these, we hope to answer questions and provide avenues of support when people aren't sure where to turn.... Read More >

Managing Caregiver Stress

The person you care for thrives when you thrive. But, managing your stress can create even more stress! Find resources to help keep balance in your life, which, in turn, allows you to fully care for your loved one.... Read More >

Managing Medications

Family Eldercare is committed to ensuring that any donation or payment is dedicated to the intended purpose. Please review our donor privacy commitment and how to make requisitions on payment discrepancies or refunds for services.... Read More >