What to Expect as Dementia Progresses


Dementia is a progressive disease that changes an individual’s functioning abilities as they progress through the stages. However, it affects everyone differently. As the disease progresses so will the symptoms, […]

Family Caregiving Across the Generations


Are you struggling to keep up with your own life while caring for a loved one? Are you caught in the middle - responsible for an older adult and children? Join […]

Healthy Brain Series: Part 2 – Sleep and Stress


This is a free, online event for family members and professionals. RSVP here:  https://bit.ly/4blYMqr Hosted by: North Central Texas Area Agency on Aging & James L. West Center for Dementia Care […]

TAGS Summer Forum – Whole Person Health (Hurst, TX)

Summer Forum fully embodies TAGS and our mission. Education is at the core with six hours of CEUs provided to case managers, social workers, nurses, certified senior advisors, and guardians. […]

Understanding Dementia


Nestor H. Praderio, MD will present an overview of the key signs and symptoms of this syndrome. He will also detail the various forms and causes of dementia. This is […]

Advanced Directives and Care Planning


Advance care planning, also known as end-of-life and healthcare planning, empowers people to make decisions about the care they want to receive when they can no longer speak for themselves. […]

Mental Health First Aid (July)


Mental Health First Aid (MHA) is a ground-breaking public education program that helps the public identify, understand, and respond to signs of mental illnesses and substance use disorders. For Professionals, […]

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