Local Senior Care Resources in the Dallas Area

Check out the many local resources available for seniors in Dallas, TX

In addition to providing quality in-home care for seniors, Visiting Angels also aims to provide additional resources for older adults living in the Dallas area. Our goal is to help seniors maintain their independence by giving them the in-home senior care services they need to stay safe, comfortable and healthy at home. We've been serving elderly adults in the Dallas area for many years, so we're familiar with the resources available to seniors living the area. Whether your loved one needs meal assistance, medical transportation, financial planning advice or they're just looking for some fun activities in the local area, we hope these resources will be useful.

Health & Wellness

Active Senior Adult Programs (ASAP) | 214-671-1602

ASAP was developed by the Dallas Park and Recreation Department in order to provide various recreation and leisure activities for residents over the age of 55. There are a variety of activities offered through local recreation centers during the week, including aerobics, fitness classes, weight training and more.

My Ride Dallas | 972-855-8084

My Ride Dallas offers transportation assistance to seniors in the Dallas area, including discussing options for transportation, planning for events when a senior or family member cannot drive, providing limited transportation vouchers, assisting with applying to transportation programs and more.

Better Choices, Better Health Dallas

Better Choices, Better Health helps seniors with diabetes by providing self-management strategies and guidance on making healthier choices.

VNA Meals on Wheels | 1-800-CALL-VNA

Lakeside Market | 972-379-7097

Dallas Farmers Market


WellMed Charitable Foundation Senior Activity Center | 972-942-7728

University Park Public Library | 214-363-9095

Highland Park Harvey R. “Bum” Bright Library | 214-559-9400

Community & Government

Office of Senior Affairs (OSA) | 214-670-5227

In addition to spreading awareness of issues affecting seniors in the Dallas area, the OSA also provides a variety of services for seniors, including employment assistance, dental health services, medical transportation, wheelchair ramp construction and more.

The Senior Source | 214-823-5700

The Senior Source is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting independent living for seniors in the Greater Dallas area. They provide money management advice, advocacy services, employment services, caregiver support and more.

Dallas County Health and Human Services | 214-819-2000

The DCHHS Older Adult Program promotes active and independent living for seniors in the Dallas area by providing socializing opportunities, exercise classes and more.

Dallas Area Agency on Aging | 214-871-5065

The Dallas Area Agency on Aging provides valuable resources to seniors living in the Dallas area, including care coordination, benefits counseling, family caregiver support and more.

House Watch from the Highland Park Department of Public Safety | 214-521-5000

If your senior loved one will be away from home from 3-30 days, the Department of Public Safety can perform a house check while they’re away. This can be useful if your loved one is admitted to the hospital, staying in a rehab facility temporarily or goes on a trip.

Alzheimer’s Association – Dallas and Northeast Texas Chapter | 800-272-3900

The Alzheimer’s Association is committed to providing resources and support to seniors living with Alzheimer’s and their families. They also organize local efforts to raise money for Alzheimer’s research.

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