Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Fort Worth, Texas

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Brookdale Broadway Cityview

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
5301 Bryant Irvin Rd., Fort Worth, TX 76132
"We're in an independent villa at Brookdale Broadway Cityview. It's very clean and neat. Laws are manicured, and the insides are very clean. It has a progression so you can go from the villas, to..." More

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The Stayton at Museum Way

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
2501 Museum Way, Fort Worth, TX 76107
"The Stayton had a wonderful array of programs that we attended. My friend lives there. The people seemed very happy. They parked our car for us, and the food was very good. " More

Trinity Terrace

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
1600 Texas Street, Fort Worth, TX 76102
"Trinity was a very nice facility, and it will take a resident from fully active to skilled nursing. They have an expensive entrance fee. The apartments are fine, they have a little kitchen area, a..." More

Lakewood Village

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
5100 Randol Mill Road, Fort Worth, TX 76112
"Lakewood Village is great, clean, and beautiful, and my aunt loves it. The people are friendly, and the food is good. She goes to exercise class every day, and they have lots of activities and..." More

Recent Reviews of Continuing Care Communities in Fort Worth
  • Review of The Stayton at Museum Way

    I have decided on The Stayton at Museum Way. I like the location of this one because it is closer to my kids. They have all four levels independent, assisted, memory care and nursing care. I will b... Read more

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  • Review of The Stayton at Museum Way

    The Stayton had a wonderful array of programs that we attended. My friend lives there. The people seemed very happy. They parked our car for us, and the food was very good. Read more

    Jean488473
  • Review of The Stayton at Museum Way

    The Stayton is upscale, and the people staying there seemed to be very satisfied. They are very close to a lot of the arts, shows, and museums, and they had transportation to those areas. Read more

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