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Self-Management Classes Offer Help for Healthy Year

If you have diabetes or other ongoing health condition, you can start 2015 by learning how to manage your health to feel better and do more of the things you want to do. As part of United Way’s Live Well healthy aging and independent living […]

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Stress Busting Program for Family Caregivers

Stress Busting Program for Family Caregivers United Way of Tarrant County and the Area Agency on Aging of Tarrant County have teamed up with the James L. West Alzheimer’s Center and UT Health Science Center to provide a program for family caregivers of persons with […]

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Navigators Help People to Play Active Role in Health

United Way’s Live Well healthy aging and independent living initiative uses“community health navigators” to train people with chronic health conditions to take an active role in improving or maintaining their health. Take “Mrs. B.” for example. With encouragement from her navigator, Mrs. B. started attending […]

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United Way of Tarrant County Receives $4.6 Million Navigator Grant

October 1, 2014 FOR MORE INFORMATION: Cassie McQuitty, Senior Vice President 817-258-8012 A statewide consortium led by United Way of Tarrant County has received a $4,608,000 grant to continue a network of Navigators who explain the Health Insurance Marketplace coverage options available to eligible, […]

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Need Help Reviewing Your Medicare Coverage?

Medicare health and drug plans can change each year, so it’s a smart idea to review your coverage during the Medicare open enrollment period October 15-December 7. Professional benefits counselors from United Way of Tarrant County’s Area Agency on Aging can help you compare options […]

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Pre-Legislative Forum 2014

The upcoming 84th Texas Legislature and highlights from the 2014 KIDS COUNT report were the focus of the recent United Way Pre-Legislative Forum co-sponsored by the Center for Nonprofit Management. Adrianna Cuéllar-Rojas (below, top left), President and CEO of United Ways of Texas in Austin, […]

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