Affectionately known as “Big-D”, Dallas is one of the most modern cities in the United States. It is the third largest metropolitan area in Texas, with a population of over 1.3 million people in the city and 7.6 million residents living in the overall metropolitan area. There are a wide variety of things to do in Dallas for families and friends to enjoy together.
Whether you choose well-known attractions such as the Dallas Bike Trails, the Sixth Floor Museum, the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Gardens, Reunion Tower, the George W. Bush Presidential Library, the Perot Museum of Nature & Sciences, the Dallas Museum of Art, the Stock Yards, the Dallas World Aquarium or White Rock Lake Park, there is something for everyone to enjoy!
Discover the joys of senior living in Dallas, Texas, with exceptional Memory Care, Assisted Living, and Independent Living options. Take part in engaging activities that celebrate the city’s unique history, culture, and geography. Our vibrant and thriving city offers a plethora of fun activities. Visit the oldest movie theater in Dallas, the Majestic Theatre, join a historical costume party, and even take time-travel tours.
Here, retirement means an unforgettable adventure. Attend performances at the renowned Dallas Symphony, indulge in the city’s thriving and tasty food scene, and cheer on your favorite pro sports team. Dallas has it all.
Looking to get in touch with nature? Then, the Trinity River Audubon Center is for you! This natural oasis is home to various wildlife, and miles of hiking trails are nearby that provide ample opportunities for exploration and connection to nature. Dallas’ unique geography offers a rich tapestry of natural wonders, making it a lovely place for seniors to enjoy.
Frontier Senior Living offers a wide variety of Senior Living Communities in the Dallas–Fort Worth area. Whether you or a loved one are looking for Independent Living, Assisted Living or Memory Care services, the mission of our friendly and compassionate staff is to meet our residents’ unique physical, emotional and spiritual needs.
In our communities, residents enjoy many luxury amenities, including: Exceptional Accommodations, 5 Star Cuisine, Social Outings, Recognition of Residents’ Birthdays, Spa Services, Spiritual Services, as well as Clubs and Resident Council.
Transportation Services are available to residents for shopping, medical appointments, participating in events and activities, as well as other needs.
The nurses and other qualified professionals in our communities are dedicated to ensuring that all our residents remain as active and healthy as possible. Our staff works closely with residents’ private physicians to monitor their health conditions and medication usage. We also provide regular updates on residents’ health, so proactive measures can be taken in any needed situations.
When it comes to providing opportunities for fulfilling and purposeful living, nobody does it better than Frontier Senior Living’s Senior Living communities. Whether a resident lives in Independent Living, Assisted Living, or Memory Care, we have something for everyone to enjoy! Our one of a kind SPARK® program is designed to help seniors reach their full potential, and spend their days with a sense of joyful purpose. SPARK is a research based program inspired by the teachings and research of Maria Montessori and Dr. Cameron Camp, which focuses on giving residents meaningful ways to feel needed and be productive. The program allows them to do the things that they have always done, in total alignment with their individual skill levels. Residents spend their days enjoying a wide variety of activities, uniquely suited to their interests and abilities.
Dallas proudly has the largest art district in the nation, with 19 blocks of museums, galleries, and other venues. German Chocolate Cake was actually invented in the city by resident Samuel German. The Dallas Cowboys football team was originally called the Steers, and the team has spent its entire time in the local area.
Several industries dominate the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area, such as Construction, Food Manufacturing, IT Services, Logistics, and Media.
Dallas, well known for its history, has its fair share of quirky facts too. It is home to the largest urban arts district in the US. This contiguous district is 118 acres, and world-famous Pritzker-winning architects designed many of the buildings. Dallas is known for its innovation, attracting top talent from all over the world. In fact, Dallas’ own Mariano Martinez invented the frozen margarita machine there in 1971!
There is no shortage of galleries, fairs, music festivals, nature areas and eclectic stops for seniors and families to enjoy. Dallas is a captivating place for seniors seeking a rich retirement experience.