Did you know that the State of Texas identifies with four different types of assisted living facilities? There are Type A, B, E, and Adult Foster Care.
In general, Type A facilities are for seniors or residents who require minimal assistance. Type B are for those who need more help than the 'minimal level' as offered in Type A. "Type E facilities are similar to Type A but are limited to no more than 16 beds, and are not required to have the same type of fire alarm system that Type A facilities are."
The last category is Adult Foster Care, or Type C - which "are 4-bed facilities that meet the minimum standards and rules for enrollment in the DADS Adult Foster Care home program."
You can learn about each type, as well as take advantage in the state's Long Term Care Reporting System site, which also has a fantastic search tool for senior care facilities statewide in Texas, as well as for Fort Worth.
Additionally, Fort Worth is covered by an Area Agency on Aging - the Area Agency on Aging for Tarrant County (AAATC) offering a plethora of services geared towards Fort Worth's seniors, families and caregivers.
The facilities listed on this page may all be contacted directly and safely. Several video tours also appear on this page! Intro by D. Besnette
Learn facility inspections, health and safety violations, how facilities compare to the Texas State average, current facility inventories in Tarrant County including affordable/accessible senior housing.
5417 Altamesa Boulevard
Fort Worth, TX 76123
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To see a comprehensive database of all Type A and Type B facilities located in Fort Worth, please visit the State of Texas' Long Term Quality Reporting System Website and it's provider database - where you will also be able to view facility inspections and investigations reports.
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