Both Virtual and In-Person at
Conley-Guerrero Senior Activity Center
Saturday, April 15th
10:00 am – Noon
How Can We Help You?
Resources, programs, and education to assist family caregivers who care for an older adult.
Direct programs and assistance to help older adults stay connected to their community.
Opportunities to partner with AGE of Central Texas & support older adults and family caregivers.
The longest-operating licensed, non-residential adult day activity and health centers in Central Texas, providing daytime care and social wellness support for older adults with physical or cognitive needs.
A free navigation center for older adults and family caregivers seeking information about area resources to help them navigate the challenges and realities of aging and/or caregiving. Reach out with any questions.
Free, no-time-limit loans of durable medical equipment -- such as wheelchairs, walkers, shower chairs, and other safety and mobility equipment -- and free incontinence products to lower-income older adults
A comprehensive lifestyle program that empowers you to take control of memory changes in your life. We believe you can take a proactive approach – and set yourself on a positive trajectory – to maintain your quality of life.
Free, evidence-based classes to family members caring for an older adult, plus falls prevention strategies, with monthly classes offered virtually, and in-person year-round in Travis, Williamson, Hays, and Bastrop counties.
Peer-to-peer, hands on technology instruction and personal coaching for older adults, with low-cost classes and seminars available on topics ranging from basic computer skills and internet applications to advanced software.
No person shall on the grounds of race, color, national origin, sex, age, disability, income status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or veteran status be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be otherwise subjected to discrimination or retaliation under any federally or non-federally funded program or activity administered by AGE of Central Texas.