Senior Living Options Infographic: Senior Living Options | Ft. Worth, TX
When it comes to senior living, the options can seem endless. We created this chart to help you understand the different levels of care, and identify which best fits your or your loved one's needs.
The Vantage at CityView Experience Life at The Vantage
Our Senior Living Live host, Melissa Lee, recently interviewed a panel of residents from The Vantage at Cityview to learn more about the services, amenities, and lifestyle they enjoy. In this webinar, current residents were able to share what they love most about this beautiful community, and answer questions about their senior living experience.
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.
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.
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.
Resources for Families 16 Resources for Dementia Caregivers in Fort Worth, TX
Every caregiver wants to offer the best possible care to their loved one with dementia. Indeed, most caregivers step into the role because they are confident that the loving support of a family member is superior to any other type of care. What many caregivers may not realize at first is how taxing caregiving can be. Dementia is a progressive disease, and as your loved one’s symptoms get worse, they may no longer recognize you. Some types of dementia can even change behavior, causing your loved one to be aggressive or hostile.