Fort Worth Age-Friendly & Dementia-Friendly – Welcome to the city of Fort Worth
* Companies represented certified suitable for seniors or people with dementia.
2-1-1 is a free, 24/7, confidential service that helps people across the United States find the local resources they need.
Sixty and Better empowers seniors to live with purpose, independence and dignity.
The Territorial Agency on Aging (AAA)
The Tarrant County AAA offers counseling services, caregiver services, a long-term care mediator, and nutrition programs.
AARP Texas has offices throughout the state, including Dallas/Fort Worth. Visit to see AARP news, information, events and resources.
Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC)
Tarrant County ADRC serves people over the age of 60 or with disabilities, and their caregivers, connecting them to the services and supports they need.
Find news, research, help and support for everyone affected by Alzheimer’s disease and dementia.
Free training on Alzheimer’s disease available here.
Blue Zones Project® seeks to make Fort Worth healthier. Access information, resources, activities and events.
Catholic Charities Fort Worth (CCFW)
In addition to poverty alleviation, CCFW provides transportation services, dental care, employment, and visits to public utility offices.
Coalition for LGBT Aging (CfA)
CfA focuses on health care, housing, social services, social engagement, advocacy, and education to improve and protect the quality of life for older LGBT adults in North Texas.
Dementia Friendly Fort Worth is a dementia awareness and education initiative for all sectors of the community.
Guardianship is a legal process for appointing a substitute decision maker for people with severe memory loss, dementia, and cognitive impairment that compromises their health and well-being.
Creates and customizes care plans supervised by a board-certified hospice and hospice physician with high frequency of visits from multiple providers.
JPS offers several geriatric services to keep aging adults healthy, including: outpatient services, home visits, professional consultations, long-term care, and the Hospital Elder Life program.
Metro Trinity ACCESS Paratransit
Trinity Metro ACCESS Paratransit Services, formerly known as MITS, provides door-to-door transportation within the service areas of Fort Worth, Blue Mound and River Oaks.
My Ride North Texas seeks to provide a one-stop transportation resource, where anyone can find a ride in the 16-county region of North Central Texas.
Tarrant Area Gerontological Society (TAGS)
TAGS advocates meeting the needs of older adults and sharing knowledge and information with the community to ensure Tarrant County remains age-friendly.
Tarrant Cares provides seniors and adults with disabilities with information and resources including: caregiver support, Alzheimer’s/dementia, falls prevention, abuse prevention, and health insurance.
The Tarrant County Public Health Department offers information and resources on a variety of public health issues including: immunizations, flu shots, and chronic disease prevention.
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