The West Texas Chapter of the Alzheimer's Association understands that caregiving does not stop during these uncertain times. While associates are working remotely, the Association and community volunteers have continued to develop programming and support services available at no cost to our communities. Although we are facing challenging times with COVID-19, the Alzheimer's Association continues to provide care and support through their 24/7 Helpline at 800.272.3900, education webinars, caregiver tele-support groups and virtual early state social engagement programs.


Through the help of community educators and support group facilitators, we are excited to offer a diverse menu of programs not only across the communities of West Texas, but also across the six chapters in Texas. The attached list outlines the current schedule of free virtual programs for April and May 2020. Participate from the comfort of your own home using a computer or phone. You can enroll online at www.alz.org/westtexas.


The above submission is from Jessicca Cason. She is the Health Systems Manager for Dyess Air Force Base and Goodfellow Air Force Base.