Helping you with transportation, legal services, socializing & staying fit, hearing & vision assistance, and more


Transportation

NESA (Northeast Senior Assistance)

 

www.neseniorassistance.org

We provide services that help seniors live independently in their own homes, around their familiar settings and environment, which is where they want to be, and give them peace ofmind. These include: transportation/rides, grocery shopping/delivery, telephone reassurance, handy helpers, socialization at special events, and information and referral services


LeFleur Transportation

 

www.lefleur.net

LeFleur Transportation (LeFleur) arranges non-emergency medical transportation (NEMT) for Medicaid eligible Clients, Children with Special Health Care Needs (CSHCN) services program Clients and Transportation for Indigent Cancer Patients (TICP) Clients who have no other way of getting to their program-covered appointments.


CARS (Call A Ride for Seniors)

 

www.callarideforseniors.org

Providing transportation for seniors since 1984


VIA Trans

 

www.viainfo.net

VIAtrans Paratransit Service: For those customers who cannot ride the bus because of a disability, VIA offers paratransit transportation service. Individuals must apply for this shared-ride program to determine eligibility.


AARP Driver Safety Course

 

www.aarp.org

The AARP Smart Driver Course, offered by AARP Driver Safety, is the nation's largest classroom and online driver safety course and is designed especially for drivers age 50 and older.

 

Legal Services


Marquardt Law Firm, P.C.

Our team's mission is to empower our clients to tax-efficiently protect and preserve assets, reduce family conflict, and maximize government benefits. Elder law attorneys walk with elderly clients and their adult children through the Medicaid and Veteran’s Aid and Attendance application process so our clients can maximize the tax dollars they have already paid during their working years, which helps our clients save money and allows the government to cover the high cost of long term extended care.

The Advocates Social Services

 

www.boxingsanantonio.com

The organization's main purpose and objective is to assure that needy and low income individuals and families receive assistance that they qualify for, including: public benefits such as SSI and medical insurance, Food and Financial Assistance, and other help that will cover basic necessities.


Legal Hotline for (Older) Texans

 

www.tlsc.org

For over 20 years, the Legal Hotline for Texans has given free legal advice, self-help publications, and referrals to Texans over the age of 60 and Texans who receive Medicare. 


Texas RioGrande Legal Aid

 

www.trla.org

Texas RioGrande Legal Aid (TRLA) is a non-profit organization that provides free legal services to low-income residents in sixty-eight counties of Southwest Texas.


San Antonio Community Law Center

210.271.9595      

Provides legal services for working poor and elderly people ineligible for Legal Aid.

 

Socializing & Staying Fit


Igo Branch Library

 

www.mysapl.org
 

Book clubs, yoga classes, coloring/art therapy for adults, and more


American Volkssport Association

 

www.ava.org

Fun, fitness, and friendship! We're dedicated to promoting regular physical fitness activity for Americans as an essential component of overall good health.


Welcyon

 

www.welcyon.com

Welcyon, Fitness After 50: a health club for adults over 50 in San Antonio and the surrounding area. Working with us, you’ll be measurably stronger in just 30 days. You’ll have more energy and staying power to enjoy your favorite activities and everyday life.

 

Hearing & Vision


ClearCaptions

 

www.clearcaptions.com

Telecommunications meets hearing loss: ClearCaptions provides an innovative suite of communication services for people with hearing loss.


Owl Radio

 

www.owlradio.org

Owl Radio is a free community service of the Low Vision Resource Center and is co-sponsored by Texas Public Radio and the San Antonio Express-News.  The service provides daily radio broadcasts of newspapers, magazines and other information for persons who are unable to read regular print due to a visual, physical or reading impairment.


San Antonio Low Vision Club

 

www.lowvisionclub.org

Assisting visually impaired people with education, mobility assistance, support groups, and socialization. The club's monthly meetings include presentations designed to keep members informed about the latest medical research into eye diseases and how local resources can assist them.

 

Misc.


Porter Loring Mortuaries 

 

www.porterloring.com

San Antonio’s oldest family-owned funeral home, still operating under the same family management. 


My San Antonio Mobile Notary

 

www.mysamobilenotary.com

Provides a variety of concierge notary public and legal support services for: Power Of Attorney, Wills, Living Trusts, and more.


Genie Bath Systems

 

www.geniebathsystems.com

By removing the high barrier to entry in our walk-in tubs, you can fearlessly open the bathtub door and enter without the risk of losing your balance, and slipping on the floor.

 

SA Access app

 

http://www.saaccess.com/

A comprehensive, user-friendly app that helps Bexar County residents navigate the health insurance world. It was created by UTHSCSA students as a community service learning project.

 

Humor in Healthcare


 
 
 

If Air Travel Worked Like Healthcare

A little humor for you from the "it's funny because it's true" department.