We are a non-profit organization, open to people 50+ in age, meeting the desires and needs of the GI Generation, Silent/Mature Generation, Baby Boomers and now even some Generation Xers. The wide range of ages means we have very diverse programming, ranging from adrenaline-producing “bucket list” trips to the more sedate bridge league groups, and everything in between. People choose to come for activities here at our Center and all over the Denver area in our fleet of buses, make friends for life, get involved in our community, try new things, stay active in sports and exercise, participate in special interest groups, eat often, laugh more and just hang out together. We also provide special services and wellness activities. Our transportation program, utilizing volunteer drivers, provides shuttle rides for seniors throughout Castle Rock and to medical appointments for those unable to drive, often allowing riders to live independently. We invite seniors and/or their family members to come check us out anytime.
Colorado Anesthesiologist Says Be Candid about Marijuana Use if You Need Surgery
Erin Emery, writing for the medical news hub UCHealth Today, confirms that anesthesiologists can find it more challenging to properly sedate patients who use marijuana—whether that be smoking, vaping, eating edibles or using tincture. The simple fact is marijuana can affect how anesthesia works. This is particularly true for chronic users, defined as those who use marijuana at least once a week.