During the pandemic, technology kept us together, both at work and at home. Older adults embraced certain tech innovations to stay in touch with family and friends and to receive
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According to Haruki Murakami, death is not the opposite of life, but a part of it. We all die, just as we all are born. Our parents spend 9 months
“Susan” from Boulder lost $21,000 through an IRS impersonation scam. She received a call from someone claiming to work for the IRS. The scammer directed her to send several electronic
Joe and Nancy are enjoying retirement but would like to reduce their expenses so they can wait a few years before accessing their Social Security benefits. Grant is worried that
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
A solid overview of what this loan product is all about, who is eligible, and the various ways it can be customized to meet the current needs and future goals of the borrower
What a year 2021 was for all of us and especially for those in senior living communities. When everything shut down in March 2020, senior living had to pivot and
Ann and Bill are happily retired, empty nesters. Their kids are grown with kids of their own. Each of their adult children is very busy with careers and their own
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
Cheryl saw the TV commercial with Captain Kirk (aka William Shatner) and did as he suggested: she called that Medicare assistance number on the screen to get those “extra benefits
Learn the basics to plan for your future as you age … even if you are already retired.
Join our panel of financial and estate planning experts and get your questions answered. This is a great way to learn about how to prepare for the future of aging with independence.
Prepare to be surprised at what you will learn as you join AgeWise Colorado for a lively panel discussion about the costs and various ways of providing in-home care for loved ones.
Join our panel of in-home care experts and get your questions answered. This is a great way to learn about the differences in in-home care before you make that first call.
A recent AARP Home and Community Preferences Survey shows that 77% of adults 50 and older plan to remain in their homes for the long term. As much as they
A geriatric care manager helps aging adults and caregivers by advising, planning, and coordinating care with health, social and community-based providers. Can family members do this? Yes, and it can
“Loneliness and the feeling of being unwanted is the most terrible poverty.” — Mother Teresa Aging is a fact of life and something no one can escape. Still, our culture
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
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
Exploding the Myths About Medicare & Medicaid – Whether You are 45 or 65 or Older and live in Colorado …This One Is for YOU!
Understand options about medicaid and medicare.
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