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Blog | Dallas Retirement Village

This is the Dallas Retirement Village Blog where you can find information relevant to seniors.  This information ranges from updates to healthcare policy to ways to stay fit, active and engaged as you age.

Family Caregiving Can Present an Array of Stressful Challenges

Family caregiving is often referred to as a labor of love. It can be fulfilling to care for someone who has perhaps cared for you, and it is a responsibility some people feel duty-bound to perform. But even for those who recognize the sense of purpose that comes with the role, family caregiving can still […]

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Construction Underway on Phase 2
of Dallas Retirement Village

Senior Living Community Adds 29 Residences, Pool, Spa and More The Phase 2 expansion of the Lodge Residences is underway at Dallas Retirement Village, a senior living community that has served the Dallas area for more than seven decades. This 60,000-square-foot expansion will complete the circle around the existing picturesque courtyard, adding 29 new independent […]

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Featured Resident Stories: Family Togetherness, Support, and Loving Care

Your decision to move to a senior living community is ultimately YOURS, but you may find it helpful to involve family members in this all-important process regarding your future, making it rewarding and unifying for all of you. It’s a decision that will most likely impact them in some way, too. Here, we’d like to […]

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The Cost of Senior Living vs The Value

Finding the Right Community for You In March, Brad Breeding, certified financial planner and national senior living expert, spoke to guests, current residents, and staff of Dallas Retirement Village (DRV) about the cost of senior living. He shared his expertise in senior living options, healthcare, and financial planning. Additionally, he shared why choosing a community […]

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