The Stayton at Museum Way is a non-profit-operated continuing care retirement community, offering a full Life Care contract, ensuring resort-style amenities, unparalleled care and security to all our residents.
The Landing at Watermere's stylish and modern community was developed to provide an array of senior living options to allow you to live with the security you need, the freedom you cherish and enjoy the amenities you want.
Discover Edgemere, Dallas' premier continuing care retirement community. With four tiers of care, including active retirement living, assisted living, memory care, and skilled nursing, you can age in place.
Brookdale Ridgmar seemed like that they had everything a person would need, and seemed very convenient and safe. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The dining area looked very inviting, clean, and very nice. However, the elevators seemed a little close to the rooms, and whoever lives near might be disturbed.
Brookdale Ridgmar is a gated community that was a little expensive, and we could not afford it. They had good buffet-style meals. We looked at a one-bedroom and a two-bedroom that were clean and unfurnished. The staff who toured us was really helpful.
Trinity Courtyards Apartments treats all their tenants like Family.The Staff are very customer service oriented professionals.The Monthly Pot Luck Lunches are Fantastic & The Staff also provides Holiday Parties that are Very Well Planned
My wife and I (76 yrs old each) have lived at Hill Villa for 25 months and enjoyed it very much.Our expectations (from the printed materials and personal tours) have been very well fulfilled in every regard. We congratulate the Owners, Management, Senior Building Director; and each Department Director for their fine,...
This facility is in a wonderful location, close to the old Montgomery Wards and West 7th Cultural district, just off the Trinity with lots of trees and park walking paths. Close to down town and all that it offers. The facility itself is amazing with the dining room and the Skyline lounge on the 11th floor providing...
Information About Retirement Communities in Fort Worth
Information About Retirement Communities in Fort Worth
Located 30 miles from Dallas, Fort Worth has long, hot summers and very mild winters. Fort Worth retirement communities combine the convenience of city living with the rural feel of the Great Plains region. Lake Worth and other local water features give seniors plenty of hobbies to pursue during the summer months. Reasonable property values make moving to Fort Worth a sound financial decision for the elderly.
Fort Worth Attractions
Fort Worth is not only a beautiful city, it also has a thriving western culture. Known for the tagline “Cowboys and Culture,” Fort Worth is home to 5 world class museums celebrating everything from modern art to traditional Western lifestyles. The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame is worth more than one visit. Interactive displays and historical artifacts come together to give visitors a unique look at the life of the female pioneer.
The Amon Carter Museum of American Art contains a truly unique collection including pieces focused on the American West. Western inspired paintings and sculpture abound, but the museum also holds one of the largest collections of photography by American artists in the country.
Fort Worth Senior Activities
More than 15 senior centers in the Fort Worth area offer a variety of activities and excursions designed to entertain active seniors. Regular classes on nutrition, fall prevention, managing chronic illnesses and more, help keep the residents of Fort Worth retirement communities healthy and engaged in out-of-the-house activities. Classes include:
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Senior centers also provide a place for retirees to come together to play a variety of games like bingo, bridge, dominos and more.
Fort Worth Medical Facilities
Great medical facilities are a must when choosing where to spend the golden years of retirement. Fort Worth has many different hospitals and medical centers offering state-of-the-art care. The Plaza Medical Center specializes in cardiac care, the number one killer of men and women in America. At the Plaza, cardiac response times average only 45 minutes, half of the national goal. Faster response times means less damage to the heart and surrounding structures due to a blocked artery. Living in Fort Worth retirement communities puts seniors an easy drive from one of the nation’s premier heart hospitals.
Fort Worth Transportation
Public transportation in Fort Worth, known at the T, offers complete city coverage with interconnecting bus routes. Shuttle service to the stadium makes taking in a game quick, fun and without the stress of trying to park. The T is actively engaged in community events, offering free rides on a number of days for special events. The planned addition of a rail service in 2014 is expected to make transportation faster and easier for many Fort Worth retirement communities. Private transport services offer door-to-door drop off on a scheduled or on-call basis. This combination of transit options allows residents to get where they need to go without a fuss.
Fort Worth retirement communities offer seniors all the benefits of urban living - easy access to entertainment, top notch medical care and access to senior care services. The gently rolling vistas and extended summers make Fort Worth a great place to relax and enjoy the golden years of life. Endless summer days and mild winter nights make Fort Worth a phenomenal retirement choice. Visit our Fort Worth retirement community page to take a look at different 50+ neighborhoods.
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