The North Central Texas Aging and Disability Resource Center provides temporary relief to unpaid caregivers who aren't receiving respite and can't afford to pay privately. For more information, call 855-937-2372.
Nursing Home Options Counseling
The North Central Texas Aging and Disability Resource Center helps people who are in nursing facilities, rehabilitation facilities, and hospitals get connected with services that support independent living. For example, they make referrals to programs such as Area Agency on Aging case management, HHSC Community Attendant, and VA Aid and Attendance. For more information, call 817-695-9142 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nursing Home Relocation
The North Central Texas Council of Governments helps nursing home residents who receive Medicaid benefits and are enrolled in Amerigroup, Molina, or United set up services that help them to return to the community . Our relocation specialists arrange non-Medicaid services and access transition grants. For more information, call 817-608-2396 or email email@example.com.
A Matter of Balance
The North Central Texas Aging and Disability Resource Center welcomes older adults to participate in its “A Matter of Balance” fall prevention workshops. Workshops are held as a series of eight two-hour sessions—offered either once a week for eight weeks or two a week for four weeks. There’s no cost to participate, although pre-registration is required. To see what classes are already scheduled, go to https://www.nctadrc.org/calendar. Other classes are being formed. For more information or registration, contact Kim Mathis at 940-999-1024 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
COVID Vaccination Help
The North Central Texas Aging and Disability Resource Center has compiled resources to help people of all ages get a COVID vaccine. As needed, it will help arrange and pay for a ride to a vaccination site. For more information, contact Will Carr at 817-695-9208 or Lauren Bordignon at 817-704-5680.
Staff members are available to conduct presentations on Medicare preventive health benefits and special programs for beneficiaries with low incomes. For more information, contact Melinda Gardner at email@example.com or 817-695-9122.
Medicare Benefits and Fraud Workshops
Staff benefits counselors conduct presentations on Medicare benefits and how to prevent, detect, and report Medicare fraud. For more information contact Melinda Gardner at 817-695-9122 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The North Central Texas Aging and Disability Resource Center contracts with Mascari Corporation to provide housing navigation services. These services include maintaining working relationships with local (city and county) public housing authorities and other housing providers; building working relationships with housing developers; analyzing complex housing policies and plans; and conducting an inventory of independent integrated, accessible and affordable housing. To access the North Central Texas housing inventory, go to https://www.nctadrc.org/housing and select the Affordable Housing Inventory link.
Chronic Disease, Diabetes, and Pain Self-Management Classes
Older adults who have chronic conditions (e.g., arthritis, diabetes, heart disease, and chronic pain) can participate in free workshops. Workshops meet once a week for six consecutive weeks and cover topics such as dealing with stress and insomnia, evaluating new treatments, and talking to your doctor. For more information, contact Kim Mathis at email@example.com or 940-999-1024.
Do you have memory loss or care for someone who does? Dementia Friendly North Central/East Texas is an interagency initiative that provides free services such as in-home care, minor home repairs for safety purposes, and medical supplies. It also provides resource information, education, and support for family caregivers. Call 800-272-3921 for more information.
The Springtown Empower program is funded by Texas Health, through a grant with United Way of Tarrant County. Empower services are available to residents of zip code 76082 who are at least 18 years of age.
Transportation: Volunteers with Cornerstone Community Church provide transportation to doctor appointments and local businesses. Riders must be able to get into and out of regular vehicles without assistance. Call Doni at 817-695-9193 to see if a volunteer is available. Please allow at least one week before the first ride.
Home-delivered meals: Parker County Committee on Aging delivers frozen meals to Springtown residents who are homebound. For more information call Doni at 817-695-9193 or Anita at 817-596-4640.
PEARLS counseling: Are you feeling sad? A PEARLS counselor will help come up with a plan for doing things you enjoy. For more information call Doni at 817-695-9193.
Access to public benefits: A benefits specialist with the North Central Texas Aging and Disability Resource Center will screen you to see if you qualify for Medicaid, Medicare savings programs, Medicare low-income subsidies, and in-home services through the State of Texas. In addition, they'll help fill out applications as needed. For more information call 1-855-937-2372.
In addition, Texas Health is funding the Center of Hope to provide basic assistance (e.g., groceries, financial assistance, medical and prescription assistance, and professional counseling) and career development to adults in zip code 76082. For more information, call Misti at 817-771-0789 or stop by the Center of Hope's clinic, located at 350 Agnes N in Springtown. The clinic is open 10:00 am to 2:00 pm, Monday through Thursday.