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  • AWLW Presents to Denton City Council

    On January 4th, 2016, representing Age Well Live Well Denton, Julia Wolfe presented the “Aging Texas Well: Denton” needs assessment findings to the Denton City Council.  In addition, Doni Green, Laurie Long, and Kamilah Hasan provided support.   Click below to read the presentation. Toolkit_Committee_Presentation_8-18

  • Heart-Healthy Dining Guide

    On behalf of the Denton County Healthy Communities Coalition, we are happy to present the City of Denton Heart-Healthy Dining Guide with 2013 award winners: http://www.livewelldentoncounty.org/Eat_Healthy.html. The guide has tips that help you dine healthy regardless of what restaurant you choose. Please take the survey on the same page to provide us with your valuable […]

  • Denton to Benefit from Age Well/Live Well Community Implementation Grant

    The Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services has awarded the North Central Texas Council of Governments an Age Well/Live Well (AWLW) Community Implementation grant, in support of Age Well/Live Well—Denton.  The AWLW–Denton project is one of five projects selected for funding throughout the state. AWLW grants are intended to help communities: Create health and […]

  • The Most Delicious Time of the Year

    Just as Buddy from Elf says “elves try to stick to the four main food groups: candy, candy canes, candy corns, and syrup,” we humans seem to have the same philosophy during the holiday season. There is a view that healthy habits and enjoying the holidays are mutually exclusive. Festive gatherings offer the best of […]

  • We’re #1

    Denton was recently voted Best Small Town in America by the Business Insider.  What are some ways that we can become the healthiest small town?