Reinventing yourself…it’s never too late!

Change is never easy. It can be scary, messy and risky. Add being over fifty to the equation and the thought of change can be downright paralyzing. Fear not, change can actually be quite good for a person. Change helps us to challenge our fears, to expand our thinking and to reach out beyond our […]

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Have a Dementia Friendly Holiday Season

The holiday season is often filled with lots of activities and visits with family and friends. It truly can be the most wonderful time of the year! This might not be the case for people with dementia and those who are their primary caregivers. Family members often don't know what to do and sometimes are […]

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Go Denver : a new app to help you get around

Sometimes navigating around the Denver Metro area can be overwhelming. "Should I drive?"..."Or could I walk?"..."Or what about Uber?"..."Which decision is best for my wallet, my health or the environment?"  Now there's an app that can help you answer questions like these. It's called the Go Denver app and it's completely free! You do need […]

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Senior Safety and Law Summit

On Friday, October 14th 8:00 am to 1:35 pm, the 18th Judicial District Attorney's Office will be hosting a Senior Law and Safety Summit. There will be workshops dealing with topics concerning issues important to seniors. Such as:  ID Theft Prevention; Fraud Protection; Wills, Trusts and Probate; Medicare; Reverse Mortgages. In addition, there will be […]

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The senior resource books are here!

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Sometimes when you are looking for a specific resource, it can be overwhelming. Fear not! We have two resources that can be extremely helpful when looking for doctors, housing and services specific to seniors. These resources are very current 2016-2017: Seniors BlueBook, South Metro Denver: The BlueBook covers a broad spectrum of services from activities and […]

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Creative Care Cafe

Taking care of someone we love, who is ill, can be very taxing and isolating. This is especially true for people who are caring for a loved one with dementia. Because so many people are choosing to care for their loved ones at home, we are starting a social support group for caregivers and their […]

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