Family resources for Austin, TX senior living

COVID-19 Updates

First, we want to say thank you to the countless folks who have reached out to all of our communities over the past few months. Our residents and our teams have been overwhelmed by the loads of cards, well wishes, parades, comfort kits, signs, window visits, food delivery, prayers, flowers, groceries, Zoom calls, FaceTime calls and a lot of virtual hugs! “The greatness of a community is most accurately measured by the compassionate actions of its members… a heart of grace and a soul generated by love.” While the “walls” around our communities still have to be higher than ever we feel more connected with each of the communities that we serve, and are humbled by all of the incredible folks who have come out to offer support to our residents and their teams. All while being socially distant! While these times have a strange feeling, they have given all of us the opportunity to focus on the basics. Share love, share grace, celebrate the small stuff, and keep one foot moving ahead of the other.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Family Resources

You want the finest care possible for your loved one and we want to give you all the information you will need to make the appropriate decisions. Take a look at the links and resources below. Share them with your family, and then talk to us. Together we'll make sure your loved one gets the level of care needed to feel their very best every day. Contact us for any of the following publications.

Suggested Reading:

  • Advice to Adult Children: Parsons House Austin has developed a guide which provides families with tools in decision making for their elders. Please contact us to order a copy.
  • How to Say it to Seniors by David Solie: This book is a resource for communicating effectively with an aging loved one.

Library:

Parsons House Austin is pleased to offer a series of guides to help families plan for situations often faced when caring for senior loved ones.

  • Advice to Adult Children: Parsons House Austin has developed a guide which provides families with tools in decision making for their elders.
  • Handy Move in Guide: A handy guide to help you pack when moving in.
  • Anticipating A Hospital Stay: An informative guide to prepare you for an upcoming hospital stay.

Frequently Asked Questions

Helpful Links:

It is important to remember that you're not in this alone. Below are some great resources for more information and support.