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Additional supportive service are avilable through a number of sources. The links below can help caregivers locate other agencies, organizations and non-profits that can also provide assistance.
Alzheimer's Association national website
Administration on Aging Caregiver Support Site
Area Agency on Aging of the Capital Area
Area Agency on Aging of Central Texas
AARP Research Center
Department of Human Services - Long Term Care
Department of Aging and Disability Services Resource Guide
Federal Medicare Benefits
Legal Hotline for Older Texans
Living Will and Medical Power of Attorney Documents
National Council on Aging - Benefits Checkup
Social Security Administration
Texas Department of Aging
Take Time Texas (Respite Database)
Own Your Future Texas
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