Commissioner Gary Fickes created Empowering Seniors to fill a need. This one-day event grew from 300 attendees in 2009 to 3000 in 2019. Regarding health and safety, Empowering Seniors has evolved from a one-day event to several smaller yet more focused Wellness Seminars and other outreach initiatives for area seniors and caregivers from 2020 to 2022. We were also inspired to transform our website to serve you year-round, allowing us to provide you with valuable information, games, and resources, all available on the website. The in-person Empowering Seniors Health and Wellness EXPO will return this year on September 28, 2023, at the Hurst Conference Center! Watch for details coming soon.Events Schedule Local Resources Learn More
The in-person Empowering Seniors Health and Wellness EXPO will return this year on September 28, 2023, at the Hurst Conference Center! Watch for details coming soon.Learn More
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Alberto Gonzalez, President of Cintra's U.S. Region, and B. Glen Whitley, Tarrant County Judge, look at the start, success, and potential future of managed lanes.
Flu virus infection triggers inflammation in your body. Severe inflammation can cause lung damage and other serious problems. Everyone 6 months and older need a flu vaccine each year.
Vegetables and turkey from the slow cooker pair nicely in your soup bowl.
Provides an overview of the different parts of Medicare, including Part A (Hospital Insurance), Part B (Medical Insurance), Part C (also known as Medicare Advantage), and Part D (Medicare drug coverage)
Impactful Chat with Commissioner Gary Fickes and Vinny Taneja, Director, Tarrant County Public Health.
Brain injury is the leading cause of death and disability in people ages 1 to 44. In this video, you will learn what acquired and traumatic brain injuries are (including concussion), signs and symptoms, the long-term effects, and prevention strategies. Brain injuries can happen to anyone, at any time, and anywhere today and be prepared.