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AgeWise Colorado Observer
AgeWise Colorado Observer brings you brief senior-focused news capsules from around the state and the nation in addition to other nuggets of knowledge that may benefit Colorado’s older adults and their caregivers. Here’s the latest:
Guide to Aging in Place
If you decide that aging in place is the right choice for you or your loved one, consider AgeWise Colorado as your go-to resource for reliable information and trusted resources. We can easily connect you to the products and services that meet your needs.
Financial Planning for Seniors in Colorado
You’ve worked hard all your life, and retirement is just around the corner. You hope you’ve scrimped and saved enough so you can take trips to see the grandkids and
PACT Act Gives Colorado Military Veterans Benefits for Conditions Related to Toxic Exposures
Rachel Sauer, writing for the University of Colorado Cancer Center at the UC School of Medicine / Anschutz Medical Campus, reports that the PACT Act which went into effect at the beginning of 2023 enables many U.S. veterans to access benefits for an expanded list of health conditions presumed to be caused by exposure to toxic substances. This is particularly true for several head and neck cancers.
Recent Prominent Medicare Fraud Alerts
Senior Medicare Patrols (SMP) are projects that provide resources and counseling to help counter Medicare fraud, correct errors, and respond to abuse. SMPs help educate and empower Medicare beneficiaries in
Estate Planning for Seniors in Colorado
There’s a well-known idiom that states “You can’t take it with you,” meaning you leave behind your money and any other possession when you die. It’s a good reminder to
Ageism: What it is, why we should care, and what to do about it.
By Janine Vanderburg, Director of Changing the Narrative In 2018, when we began Changing the Narrative, we facilitated 42 in-person reframing aging workshops across Colorado. No matter what the location
How do You Financially Plan for Retirement?
A crucial part of aging in place is understanding and honestly evaluating you or your loved one’s financial health. Much like a company that reviews its profit and loss statements,