Alzheimer’s Association – www.alz.org or 24/7 Helpline (800) 272-3900 and Alzheimer's Association Community Resource Finder to search for everything from home care to residential placement: www.alz.org/crf
Alamo Area Council of Governments – www.aacog.com or (210) 362-5200 – includes comprehensive senior resources
Senior Resource Guide – www.seniorresourceguide.com – good listing of/and link to resources pertaining to things like senior housing, home health, health services, professional services (such as elder law)
UT Health San Antonio’s Caring for the Caregiver – www.utcaregivers.org – supports caregivers though education, support and research
UT Health San Antonio’s Glenn Biggs Institute for Alzheimer’s and Neurodegenerative Disease – www.biggsinstitute.org – provides patient care, research, free counseling and additional support groups
Project Mend – www.projectmend.org or (210) 223-7283 – the local home health medical equipment lending program
United Way – https://www.unitedwaysatx.org/2-1-1 or call 2-1-1
Successful Aging and Living in San Antonio (SALSA)“A Caregiver’s Toolkit: What You Need to Know When Caring for Someone.”
Texas Department of Family and Protective Services – in case you have a concern about abuse or neglect: https://www.dfps.state.tx.us/Contact_Us/Default.asp
Grace Place Youtube Playlist – Activities for caregivers and their loved ones to do in the comfort of their home
Alamo City Moms interviews with Grace Place Staff and Caregivers:
Introduction to Grace Place
10 Caregiver Tips for the Holidays in 10 Minutes
Conversation with a Grace Place Caregiver- Mabel Brown
I want to donate homemade food to be delivered to your clients, will you accept it for those you serve?
Unfortunately, we are unable to deliver food in home kitchens to deliver to those we serve at this time. We know organizations like St. Vincent De Paul would be appreciative of this sort of gesture. Please call 210-220-2462 for more information.