Helpful websites and Austin area resources for seniors:

National Vial of Life Project – The Vial of Life Project is a smart way to have your medical information organized and on-hand for first responders in the event of an emergency.

Area Agency on Aging of the Capital Area – – Is a trusted community source for information, referral and support services focused on the health, safety and well-being of older individuals and their caregivers.

Family Eldercare – – The agency offers a variety of resources and services designed to provide a helping hand to seniors and adults with disabilities.

AGE of Central Texas – – Programs include: adult day health care, caregiver education and resources, early memory loss support, health equipment lending, and peer based computer classes for seniors.

Meals on Wheels Central Texas – – Distribute 3,000 meals each business day to homebound older adults and people with disabilities. – Formerly, is a search engine for supplemental assistance programs near you.

Drive a Senior Network – – The Drive a Senior Network connects Austin area volunteer drivers with seniors who live nearby and who choose to continue living independently.

Golden Rollers – – A program that provides an opportunity for adults aged 50 and older to engage in low-impact, bicycle-based recreation, exploration, and transportation.

City of Austin Parks and Recreation Department – Activities include traveling, pursuing old hobbies and learning new ones, socializing with friends, meeting new people, increasing knowledge, becoming and staying physically fit, supplementing income, contributing to the community and much more!

Senior Living – – Senior Living conducts many studies including this guide about reliance on substances for coping with aging, among others.

Dental Care for Seniors – – An informational web guide for oral health including dentistry, orthodontics, and specialty dental care treatments and procedures.

Vision Care for Seniors – – An informational website for vision health.

engAGE Travis County- Find volunteer opportunities and free healthy aging workshops for 50+ in your community.

Foundation Communities- Offers programs about housing, education, and health and has a tax program for low-income and seniors.

Black Men’s Clinic- The Black Men’s Health Clinic is intentionally combating health inequities through its community health and resource center, providing outpatient care and social services through multiple provider partnerships.

El Buen Samaritano- Provides resources and programs to address the needs of the Latino and Spanish-speaking community in Travis County and surrounding areas. Literacy, ESL, health, adult education, parenting, food pantry and more.

Texercise- Senior Health promotions program that encourages individuals to adopt healthy lifestyle habits such as physical activity and good nutrition.