Care Mountain Grapevine Office

We are experts in Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, and Dementia Home Care in Grapevine

Fort Worth has a vibrant community of 150,000 seniors living throughout the greater Tarrant County area. Popular attractions include the Fort Worth Stockyards, Kimbell Art Museum, and the Fort Worth Zoo, to name a few. Seniors in Fort Worth enjoy its unique blend of historic Texan culture and modern additions to their community. 

Care Mountain’s Fort Worth office is located in the downtown Sundance Square area and serves numerous clients across Tarrant and Denton County with personalized, high-quality in-home care and caregivers. 

Our service area includes Woodhaven, Meadowbrook, Fairmount Southside Historic District, Worth Heights, Westworth Village, Ridglea, Cultural District, Monticello, and White Settlement. 

This office also serves clients across Arlington, Mansfield, North Richland Hills, Hurst, Bedford, and Euless.

We proudly serve clients with the following needs:

Experienced In-Home Care Providers with Zero State Complaints

We provide private-duty in-home care with highly experienced and dedicated caregivers. Our services range from hourly care to 24-hour care, and live-in care.

We are experts in complete care plans encompassing essential aspects like medication reminders,  fall prevention, respite care, end-of-life care, palliative care, companion care, one-on-one engagement, physical rehab, and recovery.

Our patients have been referred to us by leading physician groups and specialized providers like Medical City Fort WorthBaylor Scott & White Surgical HospitalTexas Health Harris Methodist Hospital and Baylor Scott & White Institute for Rehabilitation



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Grapevine, Texas: A Blend of History, Culture, and Community

Grapevine, Texas, nestled between Dallas and Fort Worth, is a charming city with a rich heritage, a diverse population, and an array of notable sites.

Grapevine is renowned for its historic downtown area, which features beautifully preserved 19th-century buildings, boutique shops, and a vibrant dining scene. One of the city’s most iconic attractions is the Grapevine Vintage Railroad, offering scenic rides on historic locomotives.

Visitors can also explore Grapevine’s wineries and vineyards, which have earned it the title “The Wine Capital of Texas.” The Gaylord Texan Resort & Convention Center is another notable landmark, with its impressive architecture and entertainment options.

Grapevine’s strategic location near the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport makes it a convenient hub for travelers. It’s also a short drive away from both Dallas and Fort Worth, providing easy access to major urban amenities while maintaining its small-town charm.

Grapevine is experiencing an increase in its elderly population due to factors such as improved healthcare and longer life expectancies. This demographic shift has led to a growing emphasis on senior services, healthcare facilities, and retirement communities in the region. Grapevine boasts an exciting array of local resources for its community of active seniors.