Helpful Resources

Helpful Resources

Administration on Aging

The Administration on Aging provides a comprehensive overview of a wide variety of topics, programs and services related to aging.


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American Foundation for the Blind (AFB)

a national nonprofit whose mission is to ensure that the ten million Americans who are blind or visually impaired enjoy the same rights and opportunities as other citizens. Learn about living with vision loss.


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Fair Taxes For All

explains why the package of tax cuts proposed by President Bush is too costly and would do little to stimulate the weak economy. If you oppose massive, irresponsible tax custs, we encourage you to sign the petition for individuals.


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Our caregivers are experienced, well educated, and committed to reliable and compassionate care for clients with Alzheimer’s, Dementia, Parkinson's, ALS, cancer and other progressive illnesses. They have deep experience caring for bedbound clients and those with diabetes and special diets. What’s more, before they join our team, they go through extensive background checks—including criminal history, misconduct registry, and reference checks.

Marty Maddan

We are extremely pleased with our new caregiver. My father seems to be very compatible with her; he is already following her directions. That's a major accomplishment for the first night.

Chuck / San Antonio


I can’t thank you enough for all you have done for my parents. Your caregivers have taken to them as though they are family, and I feel so at ease knowing your agency is there 24/7 for them. My mother often says “We are truly blessed to have found such wonderful people.”

Evelyn / San Antonio


My dad called today and sounded fantastic. He said he was out walking with his caregiver. I can’t tell you how happy it made me. As you know since mom passed he hasn't left the house and was so depressed. His caregivers are amazing. He is eating healthy, taking his medication, exercising, and the house is clean. Most of all he seems so much happier. It seemed like his life was never going to get back on track...but thanks to all of you he is back!

Sam / San Antonio


How does one say Thank You, when “Thank You” is so inadequate for the loving, and constant care you gave to my Mother. She, as you know, had been traumatized by the ordeal of falling from her wheelchair.

Sarah / San Antonio


It meant so much to have your there to garden and walk with my mother. Your girls were there to read to her, keep her company, and most of all to continue to love her. I wish I had the words to express what you have meant to us.

The Lopez Family / San Antonio

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