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Caring For Mom and Dad From Afar

You want to take that job in New York, but you worry about being so far from mom and dad, now that they’re over sixty. Never fear, help is here. From apps to video monitoring, it is now easier to keep tabs on elderly loved ones more than ever. Daily video monitoring A number of […]

April’s Move More Month: How to Hit Your Stride

By Dr. Sam Ho, chief medical officer, UnitedHealthcare ~ As winter gives way to spring, some of us Colorado residents may be emerging from a state of “seasonal sedentary syndrome.” With National Walking Day and April’s Move More Month, it’s time to lace-up those sneakers and start finding your stride.

13th annual Caregiving Symposium Coming in May

~ By Juliette Jonjak Kershner ~ Caregivers are often so busy it can be challenging for them to get out and explore all the available resources in their community. At the same time, it’s hard to know where to turn for education and wisdom on caregiving, and learn about new technologies or programs that have […]

Mountain Senior Scene

Mountain Hardy Seniors ~ By Serene Karplus ~ At age 75, Bonnie lived in a small cabin in the forest. A minimalist, she hauled water in on a sled, chopped firewood for her stove, and enjoyed a few hours a day of solar panel electricity. She had no phone and no car. When she needed […]

The Colorado Neurological Institute Receives Major Grant to Expand Neurological Rehabilitation Services with State-of-the-Art Equipment

Englewood, CO – The Colorado Neurological Institute (CNI) announced today that it has received a $50,000 grant from the Daniels Fund to support its Vollbracht NeuroHealth and Wellness Center thru the purchase of neurological rehabilitation equipment.

Concept Restaurants, Inc. Donates $15,200 to Metro Caring

Denver, CO March 28, 2018 – Concept Restaurants, Inc. a Colorado-owned restaurant group with 13 restaurants located in Colorado, is giving back to the community with a donation of $15,200 on March 26th, 2018 to Metro Caring, a Denver organization addressing the root causes of hunger.

Adams County’s Policy on Undocumented Immigrants

Adams County, Colo. – It has come to our attention that there was an inaccurate representation of the Adams County Sheriff’s Office policy on detainers for undocumented immigrants. Recently there was an article published in a Colorado Springs newspaper referencing a court ruling in El Paso County. The article stated, “El Paso County is one […]

Seniors Are More Comfortable Planning for Their Funerals than Planning for Their Care

Denver Area Home Instead Senior Care Offers Final Years Planning Resources DENVER, CO – In today’s share-everything culture, final years planning might seem like the last taboo. In an effort to avoid the topic, seniors and their adult children often do not take the necessary steps to plan for their final years of life, which include […]

Super Lawyers Magazine Honors Three Attorneys from Coan, Payton & Payne, LLC

Coan, Payton & Payne, LLC is pleased to announce that G. Brent Coan (managing member) along with Andrew S. Klatskin have been recognized by Super Lawyers Magazine as 2018 Colorado Super Lawyers. R. Clay Bartlett (equity member) has been recognized as a 2018 Colorado Rising Star.

2018 Ms. Colorado Senior America Pageant – Lone Tree Arts Center

Lights, Camera, action- time to SPARKLE! ~ The Ms. Colorado Senior America Pageant has 12 amazing contestants from the Denver Metro area, ages 60 to 95, competing for the title of 2018 Ms. Colorado Senior America.   These elegant and talented ladies will entertain you with their singing, dancing and comedy and don’t forget the sparkling […]

Colorado Company Launches “Grabbies” Gloves at Gas Stations to Keep Drivers Safe from Germs at the Pump

Compostable gloves offered for free at five gas stations across the metro area and in Colorado Springs through pilot program ~ DENVER, Colo., March 7, 2018 – Gas pumps are dirty. They house germs, bacteria, oil and carcinogens. In fact, a 2011 study showed that gas pump handles are among the dirtiest surfaces we encounter. […]

Adams County Fire Rescue Tip of the Week

ACFR urges the public to secure their vacant properties ~ DENVER, Colo. – Adams County Fire Rescue would like to remind the public that vacant properties, houses or commercial buildings that are empty or unoccupied, should be properly secured. Vacant properties that are secure and well maintained do not pose as much of a threat […]

Buckley AFB Military Retiree Activities Office (RAO)

Are you a military retiree or the spouse/widow of a military retiree?  Do you have a question/problem related to DEERS/ID cards, casualty assistance, SBP, TRICARE, the VA, retired pay, mil records, wills, powers of attorney, prescriptions, etc?  If you answered “Yes” to these questions the Buckley AFB Retiree Activities Office (RAO) is available to help […]

Aging Baby Boomers boost home care demands

Local Rhythms Home Care expands to serve seniors ~ DENVER, CO — Christian Living Communities (CLC), a Denver-based, not-for-profit senior living and services company, has announced the acquisition of Select Home Care to join its home care service recently renamed Rhythms Home Care. CLC has operated a home care service in the Denver market since […]

Protecting Your Vision While Skiing and Snowboarding

The Colorado Optometric Association provides tips to prevent eye injury ~ Denver, CO — we Coloradans don ski jackets, pants and gloves for a day of skiing, the Colorado Optometric Association urges you to protect your eyes and those of your loved ones. The reasons are simple.  The sun (especially at high altitude) can permanently […]