Take your Daughter to Work

Working from home. Schooling from home. Everything has gone home. So how exactly do you celebrate Take Your Daughter to Work Day on April 23? Most of us have seen the hilarious videos of the important business meetings with the kids running around in the background. That is not exactly taking your daughter to work. […]

Buy the Cookies!

It’s that time of year where those smart girls in blue, green, and khaki vests and sashes set up shop outside of our convenience stores, grocery stores, knock on neighborhood doors, and have their parents post videos on social media saying “Would you like to buy some Girl Scout cookies?” Your answer should be YES! […]

Q and A with Jaime Cobb, VP of Dementia and Caregiver Education, James L. West

PBx: How long have you worked for the organization?JC: 8 years PBx: Why do you believe in the work of this organization?JC: We truly do provide the best care and are always learning. We are always applying our core values of passion, integrity, excellence, respect, and support. We are always trying help everyone affected by […]

October Nonprofit of the Month: James L. West Center for Dementia Care

Many of us today have been touched by a family member or friend who has suffered from dementia or Alzheimer’s. In 1993, a group of Fort Worth residents understood the need for a center to care for those individuals whose specific needs change daily, and they created James L. West Center for Dementia Care. James […]