BCAAA provides many programs including local resources, advocacy, assistance for caregivers, elder rights, LGBT outreach, long-term care ombudsman, medicare counseling, healthy aging, respite care and veterans services
The Boulder County Area Agency on Aging provides an online Resource Guide. You can visit the website to find resources or you can directly speak with someone about community resources and get help from them.
The Resource Navigator is able to provide information, answer questions and make referrals that are appropriate for older adults, adults living with disabilities, caregivers, family members, community members and professionals to live with dignity, and enjoy the best quality of life possible. All calls are free and confidential.
We provide leadership in assessing the strengths and needs of older adults in Boulder County. Did you know that By 2030, adults 65 and over are expected to comprise 20% of the population of Boulder County. (Boulder County Trends 2013).
Check out our website to see our schedules for classes, training, and the Aging Advisory Council.