Cold War Patriots Hosts Official National Day of Remembrance Ceremony for Rocky Flats and Coors Porcelain Workers

DENVER, COLO.  – Cold War Patriots (CWP), a community resource organization that is the nation’s strongest and most sustained voice advocating for worker benefits, will host a free Cold War Patriots Official National Day of Remembrance™ Ceremony on Tuesday, Oct….

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Paws For A Cause

Senior Care Authority, in collaboration with our partners: the Senior Hub, Meals on Wheels, Arvada Fire Protection District, K9 First Aid and CPR, and Westminster Fire Department and Community Table invite you to join us for our 1st Annual Paws…

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Ramblings of a Rambler – Oct. 2019

Hi Prime Timers! Fall is here and it doesn’t look like we’ll have any playoff baseball in Denver. Hey, there’s always next year. Besides, its Bronco time. I was listening to the local talk radio the other day while I…

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Aarp Foundation Receives Funding To Expand Voice Technology Program To Colorado

Grant Supports Effort to Create More Vibrant Communities for Seniors in Affordable Housing  AARP Foundation is proud to announce that it has been selected as one of the recipients of a grant from NextFifty Initiative, a Colorado-based private foundation dedicated to…

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107 years old!

Elisabeth Boeker, born the same year the Titanic sank: 1912 celebrated her 107th birthday on September 25th, 2019.  Elisabeth was raised in Missouri, as the daughter of a minister she played the organ in church during her father’s sermons.  After graduating…

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Denver Oncologist Releases Debut Novel

Jan-Carol Publishing, Inc., of Johnson City, Tennessee, is proud to announce the release of Bad Love Strikes, by debut author and 30 year Oncologist, Kevin L. Schewe, MD, FARCO. Kevin L. Schewe, MD, FACRO, a resident of Denver, Colorado, is…

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Creative Eldering: Sleep Well For Your Health

For centuries, people in all cultures have developed lullabies to encourage sleep, especially for infants and children. Adults find them pleasurable and effective as well. In 1849, Johannes Brahms composed a beautiful lullaby that has endured for almost two centuries….

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Ankle Mobility: Improve the Way You Move

By Cate Reade, MS, RD ~ Joints allow movement to happen. Imagine how far you would get walking down the street without ankles or knees. It would look like a lot Laurel & Hardy’s “March of the Wooden Soldiers!” If…

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2020 Brings Major Changes To Medicare Beneficiaries

By Eileen Doherty, MS ~ Each year as we near the end of the year, Medicare beneficiaries are encouraged to review their current coverage and decide if the plan(s)n in which they are enrolled still meets their needs.  This year…

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Understanding Social Security Spouse’s Benefits

Medicare Open Enrollment Period (OEP) runs from October 15 – December 7. Check your plans! Make sure it’s still the best for you. Benefits in Action can help. 720-221-8354. There can be a lot that goes into choosing between a…

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Local docs warn about dangers of vaping during flu season

By Nancy Bostrom ~ If you think vaping is bad for your heart and your lungs, a new study shows it can also up your chances of getting the flu, especially if you are a woman. As we enter the…

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Vaccines older adults need

By Emily Cheshire, DNP, MS, BS ~ Did you skip your flu shot last year? You are not alone. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) report that about 30% of people 65 and older chose not to get…

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Government Agencies Don’t Dial for Dollars

By Chris Myklebust ~ Last month, I described practical things you can do to protect yourself from frauds that are perpetrated through social networks. A focus on awareness as to what criminals can learn about you and your friends should…

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How To Choose An Elder Law Attorney

By Tamra K. Waltemath, P.C. ~ How do seniors choose an attorney? You must pick an attorney who specializes in the type of law you need. These days all attorneys are specialized because we cannot keep current on every type…

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HELOC or HECM?

By Jim Doyle ~ Are you one of the estimated five million Americans 62 years and older who have a HELOC (Home Equity Line of Credit) as either your first lien or second mortgage? Many home owners have been paying…

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