Challenges in Finding Housing Supports in Jefferson County

By Maureen McDevitt ~ Did you know that “Based on a U.S. average of 100, Jefferson County scores a 128.41” and “Housing is the biggest factor in the cost of living difference?2” If you are one of the people impacted…

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Kavod Staff Win Prestigious National Health Equity Award

Denver, Colo. – Michael Klein and Gabriel Sanders of Kavod Senior Life (Kavod) were chosen as the winners of the highly competitive 2019 Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) – LeadingAge Health Equity Award. This award recognizes individuals who successfully implement…

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The Hudson Gardens & Event Center Complete an Important Project

Hudson Gardens will host an opening celebration for the River Integration project on Wednesday, October 2 ~ Littleton, CO (September 12, 2019) – The Hudson Gardens & Event Center, with funding and support from Arapahoe County Open Spaces, the City…

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Help Change a Child’s Story at CASA’s FREE Light of Hope event

Adams & Broomfield Counties, Colo. – CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) of Adams & Broomfield Counties will be hosting its annual Light of Hope Fundraising Luncheon on Tuesday, October 15th, 2019 at the Westin Westminster’s new ballroom (10600 Westminster Blvd.,…

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Cappella Living Solutions now managing Villagio of Broomfield

Colorado-based Cappella Living Solutions (Cappella) assumed management of Villagio of Broomfield, the only memory support community in the area. The new Cappella management team will be coming alongside existing Villagio of Broomfield team members to help them continue to deliver…

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Safety Tips Snowbirds Should Know While Traveling

Personal safety experts share tips that can help protect travelers while heading to warmer destinations ~ In the next few months thousands of people will head to warm locations like Florida, Arizona and Texas for a few months to escape…

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“The Science Behind Pixar” exhibition opens on Friday, 10/11 at Denver Museum of Nature & Science

DENVER, Sept. 24, 2019 — Everybody has a favorite Pixar film, but what it takes to make one is a mystery to most fans. Now the ingenuity behind the magic comes to light in the new exhibition “The Science Behind Pixar,”…

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Simple and to the Point, Period Kits

Simple and to the point, that is what Period Kits aims to be. With a name that doesn’t attempt to dodge the mission it strives to uphold. Period Kits provides a 90-day supply of sanitary period products to individuals experiencing…

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Eldora Announces Opening Day For The 2019/20 Season

NEDERLAND, Colo. – Sept. 4, 2019 – Eldora, the winter playground for Boulder County and greater Denver, is excited to announce opening and closing dates for the 2019/20 winter season. Eldora is scheduled to open for skiing and riding on Friday,…

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Pets Need Disaster Plans Too!

Dumb Friends League and Hill’s Pet Nutrition partner to promote pet preparedness in natural disasters and other emergencies DENVER (September 19, 2019) In recognition of FEMA’s National Preparedness Month in September, the Dumb Friends League is joining Hill’s Pet Nutrition and…

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Expert Tips for Winterizing Your Lawn & Garden For Your Coverage

By Rhianna Miller ~ The leaves are starting to fall and while the hard work of summer lawn and garden care may be over, now’s the time to tackle a few landscaping tasks that need to be finished before winter…

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Volunteer with the Senior Hub Outreach for Volunteers (SHOUT) Program – Oct. 2019

Studies prove people who volunteer tend to live happier, longer, more fulfilling lives. They feel healthier, are less depressed and isolated, and volunteering provides access, structure, and support. High priority: Delivering Meals on Wheels for Senior Hub. There are several…

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Five Things You Must Teach Your Parents to Be Safe Online

Report Finds Record-High Internet Use Among Older Generation September 26, 2019. It’s official — social media and smartphones are no longer the exclusive domain of millennials and generation Y. A new study has found that no less than 67% of 65-74s in…

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Dine Out, Help Homeless Pets And Horses!

Dumb Friends League hosting Bone Appétit Give-Back Day with local restaurants DENVER – Do you have lunch or dinner plans on Thursday, October 17? Well you do now! Enjoy a delicious meal and help homeless animals in need at the…

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Spending Time with Pets Provides Benefits for Older Adults

Castle Rock senior care experts say seniors who interact with animals feel less depressed and isolated CASTLE ROCK, CO – September 26, 2019 – Social isolation is becoming an increasingly common issue, with one in five Americans reporting they feel lonely. Seniors are especially…

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