Discovery Senior Living in Northeast Fort Worth testing residents, staff for COVID-19

As a precaution, Discovery Senior Living announced May 4 it has begun a national program of targeted COVID-19 testing. (Ian Pribanic/Community Impact Newspaper)
As a precaution, Discovery Senior Living announced May 4 it has begun a national program of targeted COVID-19 testing. (Ian Pribanic/Community Impact Newspaper)

As a precaution, Discovery Senior Living announced May 4 it has begun a national program of targeted COVID-19 testing. (Ian Pribanic/Community Impact Newspaper)

Discovery Village at Alliance Town Center in Northeast Fort Worth features independent living, assisted-living and memory care options inside a resident-focused senior living facility.

Luxury-style apartments include one or two bathrooms and one, two or three beds. Apartments range in size from the one bed-one bath Hampton, at 317 square feet, up to the three bed-two bath Kent, at 1,405 square feet.

As a precaution, Discovery Senior Living announced May 4 it has begun a national program of targeted COVID-19 testing. The voluntary testing includes current and incoming residents as well as staff at no cost.

Discovery Senior Living facilities are also utilizing technology and digital media, such as video chat, to help seniors stay safe while still being connected to their families, staff said.

Discovery Village, 76177


Monthly rental rate: *Call for special pricing

Layouts: 1-3 bedrooms; 1-2 baths

Featured amenities: housekeeping and transportation services, on-site therapy and rehab services, beauty salon and barbershop, Grande Clubhouse with dining and activity rooms, personalized 24-hour professional nursing care, fitness center, basic cable

Lease length: one year, with no penalty for 60-day notice

Pets: Two-pet limit; max 65 pounds


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