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Corporate Initiatives: Supporting Working Caregivers)
Elder Care Programs~ Funded by The American Business Collaboration 1992 – 2002 (Microsoft Word Document)
Elder Care Websites Collected by Betty Purkey, Manager Work/Life Strategies ~ Texas Instruments (Microsoft Word Document)
Fast Facts About Working Caregivers (Microsoft Word Document)
Supporting Working Caregivers:
A Self-Assessment Tool for Community Agencies (for use with non-profit organizations not for profit companies) (Microsoft Word Document)
Employer Resource Links
2002 National Study of the Changing Workforce

Elder Care Resource and Referral for Employers and Human Resource Professionals of Working Caregivers ‘Quick find’ and ‘easy to use’ resources and links in response to concerns and needs related to elder caregiving. Sponsored by the Area Agencies on Aging of North Central Texas, Dallas County and Tarrant County.
Board Certified Geriatricians/Gerontologists (Physicians certified in older adult medicine).

1 University of North Texas Health Science Center, 855 Montgomery, Ft Worth, TX 76107 817-735-2660.

Janice Knebl, DO
Amy Moss, DO
Charles Maxville, DO
Al Mathe, DO
Paul Garcia, DO
2 Margaret Basiliadis, DO
5348 Davis Boulevard, North Richland Hills, TX 76180
(817) 605-1707

Corporate Champions 
Recognizing systemic change in work/family structure and the need to accommodate this change, Corporate Champions promotes availability, accessibility and affordability of high quality child care to benefit the current and future work force, their employers and the community at large.Dallas Human Resource Management Association, Inc. “Dallas HR” is a not-for-profit association of more than 1,900 Human Resource professionals in the Dallas metroplex. Formed in 1939, Dallas HR is one of the top chapters affiliated with the Society For Human Resource Management (SHRM). Dallas HR has earned SHRM’s Superior Merit Award for a number of years, as well as the prestigious Pinnacle Award.


Employment Management Association – Dallas/Fort Worth Region

The Dallas-Fort Worth EMA Region was founded in 1991 by and for Human Resource Professionals and Service Providers. As a Regional EMA member, you will gain a new perspective on your career from professionals with the talent to respond to contemporary employment issues. From recruitment and retention, to separation and legislation, these issues drive our organization which is the premier employment-related networking organization in the metroplex.

Families and Work Institute

Families and Work Institute (FWI) is a non-profit center for research that provides data to inform decision-making on the changing workplace, changing family and changing community. Founded in 1989, FWI’s research typically takes on emerging issues before they crest. Our work often changes the language of debates to move the discussion forward. And many FWI research projects are noted for their innovative designs as well as for their far-reaching impact and results.

Fort Worth Human Resource Management Association

Handbook of Elder Care Resources for the Federal Workplace

The Handbook of Elder Care Resources for the Federal Workplace was developed to introduce you — the employer and employee caregiver — to the various services and resources that are available to help you make informed elder care decisions. From choosing an assisted living arrangement to dealing with the complexities of social security income, this Handbook provides practical tips and solutions to these complicated aging issues.

Information On The Effect Of Caregiving On Businesses
Society For Human Resource Management
Association devoted to human resource management. This site focuses on the issues of older adults.