AARP ElderWatch is a 21-year partnership with the Colorado Attorney General's office doing fraud victim support and financial education across Colorado for the 50-plus. Reach us at 1-800-222-4444 #2
Our Participating Providers Who Provide Services for:
At Assisting Hands Home Care, we provide outstanding caregivers to enrich the lives of our clients and provide peace of mind for their families. We offer non-medical in-home caregiving services 24/7 without restrictive minimums.
A program of Easterseals Colorado, the Colorado Respite Coalition (CRC) is a vital statewide resource for caregivers of individuals of all ages with extensive care needs. Working with a coordinated coalition of community partners, we promote awareness of and access to respite care services and resources that help improve the quality of life for caregivers and the individuals they care for.
Covell Care and Rehabilitation is a mobile outpatient therapy practice serving clients along the Front Range of Colorado. We offer physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, counseling, and fitness training.
Rolfing® Structural Integration is a profound system of hands-on therapy and movement education that has helped people from all walks of life safely find balance, reduce chronic pain, and move with ease. or over 45 years.
Equine Partnership Program (EPP) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization based in Parker, Colorado that provides a form of mental health services utilizing horses, called Equine Assisted Activities and Therapies, to individuals and groups of all ages.
Home Instead Denver North is the premier provider of in-home care services worldwide, throughout North America, and locally here in the Denver area. We provide non-medical, in-home care (wherever home may be) that allows aging adults to remain independent in the comfort and familiarity of home for as long as possible.
When our parents age and start to need us more, it’s as if we just got a new job, and not necessarily one that we applied for or trained for. It’s multi-faceted, and may seem to change from month to month (or day to day). And it often calls for specialized knowledge that we don’t necessarily have. When a person finds him or herself dealing with multiple priorities and a bunch of unknowns, hiring a coach like Maggie can help them feel more organized, confident, comforted, and hopeful.
Rocky Mountain Stroke Center is "where recovery continues..." and is a 501(c)3 non profit organization that offers low-cost, on-going services and support to address the long-term needs of stroke survivors and family members.
Theresa Wilbanks is a caregiver coach and advocate. She works with family caregivers to help them locate resources to manage the practical aspects of caregiving. In addition, Theresa offers strategies to protect and prioritize the caregiver's well-being, including tools to manage the uncomfortable emotions that arise when caring for a family member.