You were outside doing a little gardening. You planted a few new herbs, pulled weeds, spread fertilizer, and watered. While digging in the soil and getting your hands dirty did
Two of our AgeWise Providers—AARP and CCA (Colorado Center for Aging)—conduct extensive work in legislative advocacy for seniors, such as supporting policies that benefit the 50+ community, opposing those that don’t, and working alongside partners to ensure that older adults are top of mind when drafting new legislatio
If you face difficulty paying your Medicare premiums, help may be available for you. There are a number of options, and details vary, so read through this information carefully. What is presented here comes directly from the Medicare program.
Studies have shown that one of the key challenges faced by people responsible for carrying out an individual’s estate plan is simply lack of adequate information provided by the person for whom the plan was created in the first place. In modern times, one area where these information gaps frequently arise is the handling of digital assets.
Elsewhere on this AgeWise site we discuss how to avoid frauds and scams that typically come by way of email or telephone calls. Examples are IRS scams, grandparent scams, and sweepstakes/lottery scams. See “Finance, Legal & Insurance” under our menu header “Practical Advice & Resources.” Social media is yet another gateway for scammers who target seniors.
The Colorado Center for Aging has as its mission to create forums and trainings for older Coloradans to lift their voice, and to educate and inform the public, community leaders
Veterans are one of our greatest assets in the United States. The courageous men and women who put aside their own lives to protect our country are all heroes. But