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Join us for Golden Conversations, Tuesday, May 21st, 5.30 – 7.15 pm

We are excited for our Special Guest Speaker this month, Christopher Hill, with  Ambient Financial Advisors.  In our role as caregivers and family members walking alongside our parents, finances and the emotional side of money is often at the forefront.  Chris knows this world all too well.  Chris will share his knowledge and experience, highlighting […]

Get Professional Feed back: A Luncheon For Women Writers Seeking Insight

2024 Senior Heroes Program, May 8th, 2024

2024 Senior Heroes Program, May 9th, 2024 at the Apex Community Center, 13150 W 72nd Ave, Arvada, CO 80005. Please click the link below for full information. 2024 Senior Heroes Program vF

Maintenance Tips for Home Owners at Love Old Buildings Expo

Denver—May 1, 2024—Denver residents who live in a historic home are invited to take part in Historic Denver’s Love Old Buildings Expo on Saturday May 18, 2024 from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. at 1420 Ogden Street in Denver where they can receive maintenance tips from preservation experts.

Ramblings of a Rambler – May 2024

By Bill Watson, Publisher Prime Time News ~ Hi Prime Timers! May is here and it happens to be my favorite month! We have two birthday celebrations, our Grandson Harrison’s which is the beginning of the month and mine that falls somewhere in the middle. In between the two is our anniversary and then Mother’s […]

Managing Energy Levels During a Cancer Diagnosis

Treatments Help Alleviate Cancer-Related Fatigue ~ Overall, roughly two million people were expected to be diagnosed with some form of cancer last year.  The American Cancer Society reports that number could be more than two million in 2024. The National Cancer institute reports just over 300,000 Americans would be diagnosed with breast cancer in 2023, […]

Denver Housing Authority’s Healthy Food for Denver Kids Receives Award

Denver Housing Authority (DHA) was presented with the award of excellence for the Healthy Food for Denver Kids program. The National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials (NAHRO) unveiled the honor at its Washington, D.C. conference which recognizes outstanding innovation and achievement in housing and community development programs throughout the country.

Medicare Supplement “Medigap” Insurance Policies

Are you new to Medicare? Do you think that Medicare will cover all your medical expenses? If so, think again. Medicare does not cover all treatments or procedures. It also requires you to pay premiums, deductibles, and copays. This can be a huge financial burden, especially for those with lower incomes. There are Medicare Savings […]

Artificial Intelligence and Our Aging Population

By Patrick Baker ~ Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been in the news with growing frequency since the 2023 debut of ChatGPT. What exactly, is artificial intelligence, and how can its current and near-term uses affect older adults? This two-part series examines the current state of AI, how older adults might benefit from its use in […]

The Mindful Path – Connection

“We can bring positive energy into our daily lives by smiling more, talking to strangers in line, replacing handshakes with hugs, and calling our friends just to tell them we love them.”  – Brandon Jenner Every May, the Administration for Community Living leads the nation’s observance of Older Americans Month (OAM). The 2024 theme is Powered […]

Volunteering Is Good For The Brain And The Community

By Eileen Doherty, MS ~ Denver, Colo. – Individuals who volunteer report greater self-esteem and self-worth.  When you volunteer, your brain is stimulated in a way that is different from any other activity.

Readers’ Corner May 2024, Family Values

By Bonnie McCune and Kathleen Duhamel ~ The Heaven and Earth Grocery Store. As a book reviewer, I have become skeptical of annual “best of” novel lists. Too many of these books ride on the author’s previous reputation rather than original, compelling storytelling. James McBride’s 2023 novel is a welcome exception. Set in the 1930s […]

Parkinson’s Awareness Month – Aurora man’s discipline and determination to keep moving

By Allyson Roberts ~ Profile of Brian Rase, who even in his 90s finds ways to improve the quality of his life with Parkinson’s disease. Rase, a resident of St. Andrew’s Village in Aurora, CO, was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease at 77 years old in 2010.  Over the years, his symptoms intensified, and he knew […]

TRU Community Care and St. Paul’s Senior Services Explore Strategic Partnership to Transform Senior Care Landscape

Lafayette, Colorado (April 18, 2024) – TRU Community Care and St. Paul’s Senior Services are exploring affiliation as two well-established nonprofit healthcare providers in Colorado and California, respectively. Under the leadership of Scott Gresser, President and CEO of TRU Community Care and Michael McHale, President and CEO of St. Paul’s Senior Services, organizational integration would […]

HRCP’s Denver Office of Nonprofit Engagement Selects New Group of Local Community Members to Serve in its Energy Efficiency Advisory Board

DENVER – The Denver Agency for Human Rights & Community Partnerships’ Office of Nonprofit Engagement (D-ONE) is proud to announce the nine new members now serving on its Energy Efficiency Advisory Board (EEAB).

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