TXCSS provides Texas caregivers with information they can use to select the best options for their own unique circumstances.
Information provided by TXCSS includes:
caregiver associations, caregiver conferences and seminars, caregiver support groups, caregiver information & publications (in English), Cuidador de Información y Publicaciones (en Español), caregiver authors, caregiver training and certified nursing aide school programs, online caregiver certification programs, college & university gerontology programs, neurologists, attorneys specializing in elder care issues (estate planning, wills, trusts and probate), accountants, financial advisors, certified senior advisors, long-term care insurance, licensed professional counselors, licensed social workers, dietitians knowledgeable in older adult nutrition, senior home safety inspectors, home health aides, certified nursing assistants, personal care assistants, independent cancer caregivers, independent dementia caregivers, independent parkinson's caregivers, independent cerebral palsy caregivers, independent aphasia caregivers, independent military caregivers, volunteer caregivers, faith-based caregiver organizations, non-profit organizations, palliative care, respite services, senior fitness trainers, senior wellness centers, medical supply companies, transportation assistance, senior adult day centers, "aging in place" resources, home modifications, assistive technologies, wandering behavior, fall prevention, abuse prevention, criminal background screening services, home health care agencies, home health care franchise opportunities, assisted living facilities, nursing homes, care coordination, hospice care, older Veteran/"wounded warrior" support programs,
overseas caregiver opportunities and more!
(For more information, visit www.texascaregiversupport.net)