Caregiver Resources

Help for the Caregiver from CarePartners Texas

If you are a caregiver caring for a family member or loved one, you’ve come to the right place. CarePartners provides education, support and resources to caregivers. It is our goal to provide caregivers opportunities of respite, a break from caregiving responsibilities. Through our programs, a caregiver can receive emotional support, quality care and resource information to help them provide the best quality care for their loved one. All CarePartners programs are at no cost to the caregiver or their loved one.

Help for the Caregiver from CarePartners Texas
Through CarePartners’ partnership with Home Care Assistance family caregivers can receive many resources. Home Care Assistance provides customized care to older adults so they can live happier, healthier lives at home. They champion the needs of seniors with a positive, empowering approach to aging that celebrates independence, dignity and quality of life. Professional caregivers from Home Care Assistance receive exceptional training, support and resources to deliver an unmatched care experience. For more information click on the “Home Care Assistance” tab below.

  • CarePartners Resources
  • Disease Specific Websites
    Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia

    Alzheimer’s Association

    Alzheimer’s Foundation

    National Institute on Aging-The Alzheimer’s Disease Education and Referral Center


    American Cancer Society


    American Diabetes Association

    Kidney Disease

    National Kidney Foundation

    Eye Disease

    National Eye Institute, National Institutes of Health

    Lung Disease

    American Lung Association

    Neurological Disorders and Stroke

    National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke

    Stroke Association

    Parkinson Disease

    American Parkinson Disease Association

    Houston Area Parkinson Society

  • Governmental Resources
    Alzheimer’s Disease


    Benefits and Services

    Area Agency on Aging

    Benefits Checkup





    Social Security

    Social Security Administration

    Veteran’s Benefits

    Veteran’s Administration

    Texas Health and Human Services

    Texas Health and Human Services

  • Home Care Assistance

    Home Care Assistance’s goal is to help older adults thrive at home by providing top-notch, professional care. They hire only the best caregivers and provide ongoing training so that they have the skills they need to support seniors with a range of needs. They strive to cultivate long-lasting relationships with every family they meet. These relationships form because they take the time to get to know your loved one. They know that being a family caregiving is a rewarding yet difficult task. Their team is there to guide you through the journey. Call 713-936-5761 to speak with a Care Advisor about why home health care may be the right fit for your loved one or visit for more information.

    Get a complimentary copy of Home Care Assistance’s book, Happy to 102!
    We are living longer than ever. Centenarians are the fastest growing segment of our population – 102 just may become the new 75. Happy to 102 lays out all the factors – diet, exercise, sociability, mental challenge, sense of purpose – that make the difference not only in how long we live but in how well we live. Based on groundbreaking scientific research of the longest living people on Earth, Happy to 102 spells out precisely what it takes to delay or escape Alzheimer’s and other chronic diseases, slow down the process of aging and enjoy better health in our senior years. Sign up for Home Care Assistance’s newsletter to receive your complimentary copy,

    In an effort to help combat loneliness during this time of social isolation, Home Care Assistance has created a 28-page resource guide to promote engagement and stimulation. Chock full of fun and meaningful activities that senior residents can do via their computer or smartphone. Whether it’s taking a virtual tour of impressionist artwork at Paris’ Musée d’Orsay, viewing a timeline of the world at the British Museum, listening to the Vancouver Symphony’s final performance to watching animals at the San Diego Zoo, there is something for everyone!

  • Senior Resource Guide

    The Senior Resource Guide (SRG) is a free community resource for caregivers, families and eldercare professionals in Texas with printed editions for the greater Houston, Austin and San Antonio areas. SRG is local, family owned/operated and annually assist over a million individuals navigate the challenges associated with aging. You can learn more about SRG by visiting their website at

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