All services are provided for FREE. For more information on these services please click on the service name.
Support Groups provide caregivers with an opportunity to learn from their peers about the disease process and gain support during difficult times.
Respite provides caregivers with an opportunity to leave their loved ones at a safe, secure location for up to 6 hours.
A reliable and pro-active rescue program for persons with Alzheimer's Disease, related memory disorders, Down's Syndrome, and Autism.
Member Volunteers (who go through a thorough background screening) provide in-home respite to families in need.
A great resource for families wanting to learn more about Alzheimer's disease and resources in the local area.
A six part educational program for family caregivers of adults.
Counseling services provided by appointment.
This is a day that we hold on an annual basis to pamper and care for our caregivers in the Big Bend.
Information on local and national resources for Alzheimer's disease
Education Conference to provide education on best practices and research updates for Alzheimer's disease.