Our Participating Providers Who Provide Services for:
Learning to Use Technology
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
La Plata County Senior Services is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for all adults age 60 years or older and helping them age with dignity and purpose.
The Lake County Senior Center offers a variety of senior services, programming, and volunteer opportunities, as well as rental space for meetings and special events.
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.
Senior Planet Colorado is a program created and sponsored by Older Adults Technology Services. We empower people age 60 and up to learn to new skills, save money, get in shape, and make new friends. Our courses, programs, and activities are changing the lives of older adults far beyond technology.
Don't let growing older get in the way. Use our independent, objective, analysis, product evaluations, and explorations to make the challenges of growing older less challenging — for you, or for older adults you care about.