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The Vantage at CityView, Community News Emmy Lou McClean’s 98th Birthday

Passionate cooker Emmy Lou McClean celebrated 98 years of life on Saturday, Aug. 8th. 

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The Vantage at CityView, Community News During the Pandemic, Yoga Brings Peace to Residents

In the middle of a typical busy day at a senior living community, yoga class is a quiet oasis. 

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Senior Resources Sixty & Better: The Resource for Seniors to Feel Empowered

Feeling empowered can make all the difference in the lives of seniors in Tarrant County. Sixty & Better is a nonprofit senior services organization for seniors 60 and older. The organization operates 26 activity centers in the Fort Worth area, providing many essential services to today's older citizens. Founded in 1967, Sixty & Better offers a wide range of services, allowing many senior citizens to live life to the fullest.

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Senior living What To Expect On a Tour at a Senior Living Community

The Vantage at Cityview is committed to providing quality senior living, delivering compassionate one-on-one care, and building meaningful relationships. These are the outstanding traits our residents enjoy and have come to expect.

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Activities for Seniors, Senior Life, Senior Hobbies Why Gardening Is Good for Seniors in Fort Worth

The virus shutdown has affected almost everyone across the country, but busy seniors in Fort Worth are finding ways to stay occupied and engaged. Small-plot gardening is now the new trend in senior fun for residents at The Vantage at Cityview. Our active residents are engaging in some hands-on gardening, even if that means some social distancing and extra hand sanitizer.

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Health & Safety, Coronavirus How Seniors Can Fight Loneliness During COVID-19

The sudden appearance of the COVID-19 virus has impacted virtually everyone on the planet. Both seniors and their families have been asked to self-isolate, avoid contact with others, work remotely, and minimize trips away from home. Seniors in retirement communities are particularly vulnerable to the effects of the virus. Therefore, The Arbor Company has put measures in place to help ensure the health and well-being of our residents and staff.

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Independent living 6 FAQs About Independent Living in Fort Worth, TX

Joining an independent living community is an attractive option for seniors who are tired of the hassles of maintaining a house or dealing with health issues such as falls, which may create unnecessary problems. At The Vantage at Cityview, we have designed active and independent living opportunities for seniors in Fort Worth. Complete with meals, personal concierge services, house cleaning, and a full calendar of entertainment and events, The Vantage's carefully appointed apartments and manicured grounds provide the perfect independent residences. Is independent living right for you? Here are some frequently asked questions that we hear at The Vantage.

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Independent living How to Downsize for a Move to an Independent Living Community

Moving to independent living can be the beginning of an exciting new life phase: new friends, luxury surroundings, fewer home maintenance responsibilities, and usually, some downsizing. Over many years, we accumulate many things, some of which represent precious memories, and some of which are stored and forgotten. The below steps will help make the move as much a joy as it is an effort. We've also included tips to smooth out and organize the move.

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Senior Resources What You Should Know About the Area Agency on Aging in Fort Worth

Fort Worth seniors may not be familiar with the Area Agency on Aging of Tarrant County, but this useful resource offers a wide array of valuable benefits for our older citizens.  The agency is a branch of United Way, is staffed with both volunteers and skilled professionals, and serves eligible area residents 60 and older, as well as those with disabilities. 

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Community News Ernie Turns 101 Years Young!

It's not every day that someone celebrates their 101st birthday. And what if we told you to add a 5K race to the mix? For Army Air Corps veteran Ernie LaCroix, age is nothing but a number as he hopes to run his 21st straight Cowtown 5K just one week after his 101st birthday.

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