(Updated March 4, 2021)

Despite the Governor of Texas opening up the state and rolling back the mask mandate, AGE of Central Texas will continue to follow CDC guidelines, and will listen to our medical experts regarding any change with our current COVID policies.  Masks and physical distancing will still be required for all staff and tenants of the AGE Building and Thrive Centers, and the AGE Building and Thrive Centers will still remain closed at this time to outside visitors and the general public.  We will continue to consult with the CDC and TXHHS for further guidance as more vaccinations become available in Central Texas.

The in-person AGE of Central Texas programs are currently closed, including the

  • AGE Computer Lab
  • Memory Connections early memory loss support program
  • CaregiverU community-based caregiving education courses.

We are still providing services through the AGE Health Equipment Lending Program, and AGE Resource & Information Center, through program changes to insure staff and client safety. 

We have also launched the new Virtual Connections program of innovative virtual services for older adults and care partners, featuring a monthly subscription program offering group and virtual activities designed for different cognitive levels.

The AGE Thrive Social & Wellness Centers have reopened for very limited attendance.  To learn about reopening plans for the AGE Thrive Social & Wellness Centers, call Lauren Greenwade in Round Rock at (512) 255-4865 or Lauren Duerksen in Austin at (512) 458-6305.

Our staff are examining every aspect of programming in order to create protocols that will protect the health and safety of clients and staff, and also provide the benefits of supportive group settings.

We hope that community conditions continue to improve so that we can return to doing what we love best – building strong, supportive communities of older adults who are aging successfully together!  When we have specific reopen dates, we will let our clients, caregivers, and supporters know, and post the information on our website.ay 6


The situation around the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has prompted AGE of Central Texas to take additional measures to mitigate the chance of the coronavirus taking hold in our facilities, and in order to protect our staff and clients.  These are evidence-based and common sense based steps that are our first line of defense in the process of stopping the spread of germs and viruses.  We will continue to monitor the coronavirus situation, follow the advice of local and national health authorities, and adapt our policies and procedures as necessary.

 AGE of Central Texas needs your support, now more than ever, to provide essential services for older adults and caregivers! Your gift will provide food, medical equipment, hygiene products, and key virtual services for the most vulnerable population in our community-older adults.

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AGE of Central Texas has been closely monitoring the spread of COVID-19 and is following updates and guidelines from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, local and state health departments, and other governmental agencies. Additionally, our Executive Leadership Team is meeting daily to review the latest information on this rapidly changing situation and will respond accordingly.

AGE staff is working diligently to create virtual services to be offered to clients in an effort to help alleviate any negative effects for those self-selecting to stay home as an extra precaution.  These services will be designed to keep older adults engaged, support caregivers, and prevent feelings of isolation.

We have created an online library, which will be updated daily, featuring dozens of activities, videos, virtual tours, webcams, and resources for older adults and family caregivers to enjoy while at home: Click Here for the AGE Resource Page

In addition, we are continually providing our staff with the latest and best information available, so they can protect not only the families that we serve, but also themselves and their families as well.

If you or a family member need assistance, please contact us at (512) 451-4611, or contact our Resource Center at (512) 600-9275.


  • Our team continues to provide free long-term loans of durable medical equipment, along with free adult incontinence products, by appointment only (no walk-ins).
  • Call (512) 600-9288 or email Equipment@AGEofCentralTX.org to schedule an appointment.


  • Through direction from the State of Texas Health & Human Services Division, the AGE Thrive Social & Wellness Centers have reopened with limited daily capacity.
  • Staff are creating weekly activities to keep our members engaged who elect to “Stay Home, Stay Safe.”
  • Staff are contacting members regularly throughout the week via telephone to touch base and keep our members engaged.
  • We are providing meals to pick-up for our members who are in danger of becoming food insecure.


  • Classe series in caregiving and falls prevention are being offered virtual each month; visit www.CaregiverUcenTX.org for the current schedule
  • A limited number of in-person classes have also resumed; visit www.CaregiverUcenTX.org for the current schedule. 

MEMORY CONNECTIONS early memory loss support program:

  • Program staff are contacting members electronically and via telephone to touch base weekly.
  • Staff are also creating virtual activities to keep members engaged and active.
  • AGE has launched a new program of innovative virtual services for older adults and care partners to help you thrive.  
  • Virtual Connections is a monthly subscription program offering group virtual activities designed for people experiencing varying cognitive changes.
  • In collaboration with you, we create a personalized service plan and provide tailored video meetings to meet your goals, needs and interests.
  • Click Here to learn more.
  • Mothly clubs are meeting virtually.
  • For the calendar of classes and events, visit www.AGEcomputer.org.
  • All non-essential staff are working from home.
  • All group meetings are being conducted via teleconferencing.
  • All volunteer opportunities and vendor activities are canceled until further notice.
  • The Building is closed to the public.
  • All outside support group meetings are canceled until further notice.
  • Sanitation of commonly used areas will occur daily.

We will continue to evaluate the community situation as it evolves, and will adjust our response as needed.

Thank You to our Community Partners Who Are Helping Fund AGE During This Crisis: