Community Facilities Agreement Fort Worth

The Texas HCBS program helps seniors in Fort Worth with mental disabilities find the necessary care that meets their needs while living at home or with their families. HCBS support services are paid for through vouchers that allow seniors to hire and manage their own tutors as if they were employers themselves. The aim is to promote flexibility and freedom in finding the caregiver with whom older people feel most comfortable. Among the services covered are: The TxHmL program is a government Medicaid waiver statement covering the cost of essential services for Seniors in Fort Worth who have a mental disability or associated illness. This waiver statement applies to Community-based Support (CBS), which is the notion of state for guidelines that maximize recipients` control over how their help services are managed and delivered. Brookdale Broadway Cityview protects its community with remote security monitoring and a 24-hour security response. Each room in Brookdale has an emergency alert system and an integrated fire extinguishing system as well as keyboard access systems. A daily check-in system, free Wi-Fi, non-accommodation transport and concierge services are also available. An on-site mixed store offers various must-have items for residents, while the community clinic takes care of their medical needs.

The Brookdale`s common areas include a beauty salon and games room, a gym and a book library.