Do You Know Your National Identification Number?

~ By Gerald Rome, Colorado Securities Commissioner ~ We are always being warned that we need to protect ourselves against identity theft. Identity theft is a crime where a thief steals your personal information, such as your full name or…

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Project Homecoming by Meals on Wheels of Boulder

Project Homecoming is a service provided by Meals on Wheels of Boulder for anyone who is undergoing medical treatment. If you are coming home from the hospital or re-hab, we will send you 5 meals free of charge, delivered to…

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Altavita Senior Living Residences: Longmont’s First Continuum of Care

On the current AltaVita campus in Southwest Longmont, there is excitement in the air as construction is underway for their newest addition to the AltaVita Senior Residences family. The Macy family is at last realizing their dream to provide for…

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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…

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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…

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More Baby Boomers turn to Reverse Mortgage

~ By Jim Doyle ~ According to a study recently released by Fannie Mae, more baby boomer retirees have mortgage debt than those retirees who were born between 1931 and 1935. “Paying off the mortgage, once a widespread rite of…

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Thinking Global? Think ADRs

~ By Herb White, CFP, MBA ~ There’s a whole big world of investing opportunities out there, yet many investors have shied away from international markets, concerned about the costs, complexity and potential risks. You may be able to minimize…

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Living Wills

~ By Tamra K. Waltemath, P.C. ~ The Living Will form is also referred to as the Advance Directive for Medical/Surgical Treatment. This advance directive allows adults who have decisional capacity to set forth their written decisions as to the acceptance…

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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…

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Dumb Friends League Furry Scurry Returns to Wash Park May 5

Nation’s Single Largest Dog Walk Celebrates 25 Years DENVER, Colo. – Be part of the nation’s single largest dog walk and a Denver tradition by participating in the 25th annual Dumb Friends League Furry Scurry Saturday, May 5. The event…

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Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) – April 2018

Senior Volunteer Program at The Senior Hub, Inc ~ Recognition Lunch for Adams/E. Arapahoe RSVP members is May 16. Call in your reservations. Studies show volunteers live longer and more satisfying lives and it’s never too late to start. We…

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Wheat Ridge Active Adult Center – April 2018

Please pre-register where necessary. All events and classes are held at the AAC unless otherwise noted. If you would like to be mailed a copy of our ‘Possibilities’ newsletter, call 303-205-7500. World Tai Chi & Qi Gong Day Celebrate World…

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Thornton Active Adult Center – April 2018

Medicare Counseling – Tuesday, April 10 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Trained volunteers will assist you with your Medicare issues. Appointments are required; please call 303-255-7850. Appointments are from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. FREE!

South Suburban Parks and Recreation – April 2018

Book Sale Mon, Apr 9 – Sun, Apr 15 Buck Recreation Center