Peggy Papert’s “Signs of Needing More Care”

Peggy Papert is a lifelong resident of Dallas, Texas and graduated from The Hockaday School and Vanderbilt University. After graduating from Vanderbilt, she received a masters degree in social work from The University of Texas at Arlington. Peggy is a member of the National Association of Social Workers and is licensed by the Texas State Board of Social Worker Examiners.
Additionally, she is a member of the Dallas Area Gerontological Society and has completed the gerontology certification program at The University of Texas at Arlington. Peggy has served a leading Dallas hospital’s Attending Clergy Executive Board as a social worker.
For over thirty years, Peggy has worked as a clinical social worker and counseled families and older adults through aging transitions, assessed the physical and mental health of older adults and advised the elderly and their families about retirement and elder care nursing facilities as well as companion, home health and hospice care resources in the Dallas and surrounding areas. She has served as a social worker in hospitals, private practice and one of the largest religious institutions in the Southwest. Her longstanding relationships with numerous elder care related agencies and communities have proven enormously helpful to families and older adults seeking her guidance.