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By Forte PR
Residents of The Stayton at Museum Way recently dusted off their cowboy boots to enjoy the opening night at The Fort Worth Stockyards Championship Rodeo, compliments of Frost Bank, which has a bank branch inside of The Stayton.

By Forte PR
That study formed the basis for a new culture of senior care called Masterpiece Living®, a computer-driven program now hitting full stride for senior residents at The Stayton at Museum Way in Fort Worth.

By Forte PR
The Plaza at The Stayton at Museum Way, Fort Worth’s first and only true life care senior living community, has received a deficiency-free healthcare inspection rating from the Texas Department of Aging and Disabilities Services.

By Forte PR
The Stayton at Museum Way, Fort Worth’s first and only full service life care senior living community, will be hosting an informational seminar about caring for the caregiver.

By Forte PR
The Stayton will be hosting Dr. David Gobble as he delivers an intriguing presentation which will focus on the four core tenets of Masterpiece Living.

By Forte PR
The Stayton at Museum Way, Fort Worth’s only true life care retirement community, recently welcomed Dr. Janice Knebl as she presented her top 10 tips for healthy aging.

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By Forte PR
The Stayton at Museum Way recently hosted Dr. Roger Landry, founder of Masterpiece Living, who answered the crucial question: does where you live affect how you age? Dr.

By Forte PR
WHAT: Come hear about finding the right care from five unique perspectives. When you make health care decisions, we understand that your whole family needs support.

By Forte PR
Dr. Landry will answer the crucial question: Does where you live affect how you age?

By Forte PR
Vibrant masks, colorful beads, and lots of glittering purple, green and gold were seen as residents of The Stayton at Museum Way senior living community came together to enjoy classic New Orleans food, refreshments and entertainment.

By Forte PR
It turns out that a whole new layer of digital engagement is arriving at retirement communities across the country: apps.

By Forte PR
Residents of The Stayton at Museum Way recently dusted off their cowboy boots to enjoy the opening night at The Fort Worth Stockyards Championship Rodeo, compliments of Frost Bank, which has a bank branch inside of The Stayton.

By Forte PR
That study formed the basis for a new culture of senior care called Masterpiece Living®, a computer-driven program now hitting full stride for senior residents at The Stayton at Museum Way in Fort Worth.

By Forte Public Relations
Kathryn Bryan, a resident at The Stayton at Museum Way, came into the world with an eye for color, lighting and fashion design—plus a love for teaching others

By Forte PR
The Plaza at The Stayton at Museum Way, Fort Worth’s first and only true life care senior living community, has received a deficiency-free healthcare inspection rating from the Texas Department of Aging and Disabilities Services.

By Forte Public Relations
The Stayton at Museum Way, Fort Worth’s first and only true life care senior living community, recently awaited the iconic New Year’s Eve ball drop with a memorable celebration

By Forte PR
The Stayton senior living resort recently hosted a reception to celebrate the one year anniversary of the community’s opening. The celebration, attended by residents, board members and staff members, was complete with live music and refreshments.

By Forte PR
The fundraising efforts resulted in a total donation by The Stayton of over $5,000 for the Alzheimer’s Association.

By Forte PR
Rob Robertson and Carolyn Poirot of the Fort Worth Business Press will talk about changes in care, coverage, legislation and other critical pieces of the planning puzzle.

By Forte PR
Rob Robertson and Carolyn Poirot of the Fort Worth Business Press will talk about changes in care, coverage, legislation and other critical pieces of the planning puzzle.

By Forte PR
The Stayton at Museum Way, Fort Worth’s first and only full service life care senior living community, will be hosting an informational seminar about caring for the caregiver.

By Forte PR
The Plaza at The Stayton at Museum Way, Fort Worth’s first and only true life care senior living community, recently treated residents and guests to an old fashioned sock hop.

By Forte PR
The Stayton at Museum Way, Fort Worth’s first and only true life care senior living community, hosted a “Jazz and Gelato” event for residents and their guests in the 11th floor Skyline Bar inside the new community.

By Forte PR
The Stayton at Museum Way, Fort Worth’s first and only full service life care senior living community, announced today it has pre-paid $4.4 million toward retiring its bond financing.

By Forte PR
The sales and marketing team of The Stayton at Museum Way has received the 2012 Outstanding Operational Team Award from Greystone Communities, Inc.

By Forte PR
The Stayton will be hosting Dr. David Gobble as he delivers an intriguing presentation which will focus on the four core tenets of Masterpiece Living.

By Forte PR
Alzheimer’s is the most common form of dementia, a general form of memory loss and other intellectual disabilities serious enough to interfere with daily life. Early detection makes all the difference.

By Forte PR
The sales and marketing team of The Stayton at Museum Way, sponsored by Senior Quality Lifestyles Corporation (SQLC), has received the 2012 Outstanding Operational Team Award from Greystone Communities, Inc.

By Forte PR
The Stayton at Museum Way, Fort Worth’s only true life care retirement community, recently welcomed Dr. Janice Knebl as she presented her top 10 tips for healthy aging.

By Forte PR
The Stayton at Museum Way senior living community invites local residents to join in the celebration as it officially kicks off its Grand Opening celebrations on April 23.

By Forte PR
Come hear Dr. Janice Knebl as she presents “The Top 10 Tips for Healthy Aging” at The Stayton at Museum Way, Fort Worth’s only true life care senior living community.

By Forte PR
The Stayton at Museum Way recently welcomed life organizer Kim Manthey as she discussed the organization process when moving into a smaller home and the pros of how a life organizer can help with the transition.

By Forte PR
The Stayton at Museum Way, Fort Worth’s only true life care retirement community, has named Janice Knebl, D.O., as medical director. The announcement was made by Justin Spooner, executive director at The Stayton.

By Forte PR
Visualize the future with confidence and composure at The Stayton. Kim Manthey, professional organizer and planner, will present tips on how to easily and effectively economize your belongings and organize your home.

By Forte PR
The year was 1947, and a young man named Bill Yinger had his eyes set on a lovely young woman named Joann.

By Julia Kanneman
The Plaza Health Services at The Stayton has named Melissa Heiss health services sales counselor.

By Julia Kanneman
Laughter and cheer filled the air as residents and guests of The Stayton at Museum Way, Tarrant County’s first and only life care senior living community, gathered to celebrate the holiday season.

By Julia Kanneman
The Stayton at Museum Way recently hosted a special event to honor those veteran residents who gave their time and risked their lives so many years ago.

By Julia Kanneman
Residents of The Stayton at Museum Way dressed in purple and gathered at The Stayton’s 11th Floor Sky Bar for wine and tailgate classics before heading to Cowboys Stadium to watch TCU beat BYU.

By Julia Kanneman
The Stayton at Museum Way senior living community is recognizing Shirley Reid as the third recipient of the 2011 Stayton Salute to Seniors Award.

By Julia Kanneman
The Stayton at Museum Way, an all-inclusive life care senior living community which recently opened in Fort Worth, has named John Mah as director of dining services.

By Julia Kanneman
Future residents of The Stayton at Museum Way gathered at The Fort Worth Club for an elegant evening of wine, hors d’oeuvres and dinner to celebrate the community’s upcoming opening.

By Julia Kanneman
As the community’s fall opening approaches, ladies who plan to move to The Stayton at Museum Way gathered at Patrizio’s in Fort Worth for an elegant happy hour.

By Julia Kanneman
The Stayton at Museum Way senior living community has named Freddie Martinez administrator of The Plaza Health Services at The Stayton.

By Julia Kanneman
The Stayton at Museum Way, Tarrant County’s first and only full service life care senior living community, is inviting the public to spend a relaxing morning with the staff of The Stayton as guests will be treated to a wonderful brunch.

By Julia Kanneman
The Stayton at Museum Way, an all-inclusive life care senior living community opening this fall in Fort Worth’s Cultural District, recently hosted a series of events to prepare future residents for the community’s opening day.

By Forte PR
The Stayton at Museum Way, Tarrant County’s first and only full service life care senior living community opening in September, is hosting a job fair seeking to fill the more than 100 full and part-time positions available.

By Julia Kanneman
Because of this selfless act, The Stayton at Museum Way senior living community is recognizing Jerry Miller as the second recipient of the 2011 Stayton Salute to Seniors Award.

By Julia Kanneman
The Stayton “Spring into Life” Moving Expo was held to help answer all of those daunting questions the act of moving raises.

By Julia Kanneman
The Stayton at Museum Way, an all-inclusive life care senior living community under construction by Senior Quality Lifestyles Corporation (SQLC) in Fort Worth, has named Teresa Bates associate executive director.

By Forte PR
The Stayton at Museum Way is welcoming the public to a special event which will feature local experts ranging from real estate professionals and organization consultants to licensed appraisers.

By Julia Kanneman
The Stayton at Museum Way senior living community is recognizing Ellie Cooper as the first recipient of the 2011 Stayton Salute to Seniors Award.

By Forte PR
The Stayton at Museum Way, an all-inclusive life care senior living community under construction by Senior Quality Lifestyles Corporation (SQLC) in Fort Worth, has named Jaclyn Overby as move-in and relocation manager.

By Forte PR
The Stayton, Tarrant County’s first and only full service life care senior living community, is hosting two special Lunch and Learn events, which will provide guests a wonderful opportunity to become more acquainted with the many benefits.

By Forte PR
The Stayton at Museum Way senior living community, with underwriting support provided by the SQLC Charitable Foundation, recently held an awards luncheon to honor four Fort Worth area seniors who received the Stayton 2010 Salute to Seniors Award.

By Forte PR
Laughter and cheer filled the air as future residents, guests and staff of The Stayton at Museum Way, Tarrant County’s first and only life care senior living community, gathered to celebrate the holiday season.



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