Understanding And Responding To Dementia-Related Behavior

Behavior is a powerful form of communication and is one of the primary ways for people with dementia to communicate their needs and feelings as the ability to use language is lost. However, some behaviors can present real challenges for…

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Ramblings of a Rambler – July 2019

By Bill Watson, Publisher, Prime Time For Seniors Hi Prime Timers, Summer is here! Deb and I moved to Colorado from PA 13 years ago. Back in PA my hobby was golfing. When our boys grew up and moved out,…

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Killer Queen

Performing the Greatest Hits of Queen July 23 at Red Rocks ~ “We are the champions – my friends And we’ll keep on fighting Till the end” Queen WHAT: The English rock group Queen is an iconic sensation stacking up…

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Alzheimer’s advice as near as a phone, computer for rural Coloradans

Nearly 70 percent of U.S. residents live in the mere three percent of our country defined as “urban.” That leaves 88 million people* spread across the remaining 97 percent considered “rural America.” While living in rural America certainly has its…

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Age-Friendly Jefferson County

Aging in a community that is inclusive, accessible, and supportive helps strengthen the well-being of all citizens. On Tuesday, June 11, Jefferson County was designated an Age-Friendly community by AARP and the World Health Organization’s Global Network for Age-friendly Cities…

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Former Rocky Flats Workers Invited to Italian Luncheon with EEOICPA Benefits Expert

Denver, CO – Nuclear Care Partners is hosting a free Italian Luncheon for former Rocky Flats Workers to connect them with other former workers as well as provide education and guidance regarding the no-cost medical benefits and financial compensation they…

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Creative Eldering: Taking The Inflammation Bull By The Horns

If you know or think you are suffering from inflammation, have hope! In my book YOUR BODY CAN TALK, second edition, there are over 100 natural, noninvasive self-care measures on pages 324 and 325 that you could explore to assist…

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Vive La France

By Darlene Franklin ~ The storming of the Bastille prison sparked the French Revolution on July 14, 1789, a fitting partner to America’s Independence Day on July 4th. What better time to consider all the reason I love all things…

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Handling Market Volatility

By Herb White, CFP, MBA ~ Conventional wisdom says that what goes up, must come down. But even if you view market volatility as a normal occurrence, it can be tough to handle when it’s your money at stake. Though…

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Estate Planning And Our Pets

By Tamra K Waltemath ~ Many of us love our pets and want to ensure that they are taken care of after we die. There are several options for pet owners in Colorado. The most elaborate option is to establish…

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Artist Gamma Acosta To Unveil Latest Masterpiece In Longmont

Public is Invited to Meet the Artist July 11th at KINSCO in Longmont ~ LONGMONT, Colorado – International Mural and Graffiti Artist, Gamma Acosta, will be in Longmont next Thusdsay, July 11th, to unveil his latest large scale mural. Gamma…

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Ms. Colorado Senior America – 25th Crowning highlights the “Age of Elegance”

Ms. Lori VanNoy-Adams of Centennial was crowned Queen at the 25th Annual Ms. Colorado Senior America Pageant which was held at the PACE Theatre- Parker, Co on Saturday, May 25, 2019. Queen Lori’s court consists of first runner up Ms….

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Your Money Your Retirement Special Guest: Best-Selling Author of “The Latte Factor” David Bach

The July 13th, 2019 radio programs, Your Money Your Retirement airing at 2:00 pm on 630 KHOW and KOA Q & A with Ed Greene airing at 7:30 am on 850 KOA, hosted by Ed Greene and Colorado Retirement Expert…

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The Future of Aging

What impact might the expansion of health span have on society? ~ ​In a future of health focused on preventing disease, aging may no longer be defined by disease, but, rather, extended vitality. This shift could have far-reaching implications. WHAT IMPACT might…

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When Should I Worry About Memory Loss?

As we age, memories can become more elusive. We compensate. Lists on the refrigerator. Reminders to ourselves. Sticky notes all over. But what happens when memory loss begins to disrupt our daily lives? When we have difficulty completing familiar tasks?…

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