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Employment Resource for Older Workers

Instead of setting a goal to retire at a certain age, many any older adults are choosing to remain in the work force for a variety of reasons. Working, either at home, a traditional office job or gig work, provides a sense of connectedness, purpose and vitality. There may also be a need for the […]

Senior Reach services continue in north Denver metro

All Community Reach centers remain open as well ~ (April 1, 2020 – Thornton, Colorado) Senior Reach Program Manager James Kuemmerle is in the habit of driving to the homes of older adults to provide support services. These past two weeks he has coached many of his regular clients to use audio-visual Telehealth services to adhere […]

Remodeling Considerations- Planning is Key

Planning on doing some home remodeling this spring or summer? You are not alone.   Home-improvement spending among homeowners age 55 and over, according to a report issued by the Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University, is currently at record levels and is projected to increase by more than 10 percent at the […]

Canceled Events

Due to the COVID-19 virus and the many canceled events in our Event Calendar ( please confirm dates with venues.

Informational meeting about Ms. Colorado Senior America

Informational meeting to become a contestant for the 2020 Ms. Colorado Senior America Pageant ~ It’s about time you do something for YOU!!   If you are 60 years of age or older by July 2020 and you feel you need a new lease on life or a new commitment, and want to be a part […]

Colorado Senior Softball Readies for 2020 Season

The Colorado Senior Softball Association (CSSA) held a Board of Directors meeting in late January to begin preparations for the 2020 senior softball season, which will start play of regular scheduled games in late-April.  The Spring Managers Meeting will be held in early March.

New Colo. Program Certifies Employers to be “Age-Friendly”

“Changing The Narrative” trains workplaces to become be a “Certified Age-Friendly Employer (CAFE)” ~ DENVER – Beginning this month, the “Changing the Narrative – Age-friendly Workplace Initiative” (CTN-AFWI) is rolling out a certification program aimed at Colorado employers and businesses that are committed to eliminating ageism in the workplace. CTN-AFWI will help them adapt their […]

Reinvigorate Your Marriage

By Judy Holland ~ After the marathon of child-rearing, it’s time to turn toward your spouse and nurture the bond you share. If the marriage is solid after all these years, you can focus on the two of you. You can look forward to navigating this transition with novelty, fun, and a sense of adventure.

2020 Census Critical to Support Important Programs

“There’s never enough money!” That is a phrase we all hear, right? More often than not we’re thinking about personal finances, but the same might be said for funding for critical programs that support the people that live in Colorado. The upcoming 2020 Census is an opportunity for everyone to be counted and to ensure […]

Caring for Denver Foundation Approves Grants to Support City First Responders and Co-Responders

Denver, CO – Caring for Denver Foundation under leadership from Executive Director, Lorez Meinhold, and Board Chair, State Representative Leslie Herod, recently approved grants to first responders and co-responders supporting Denver residents in mental health and/or substance misuse crisis. $2.2M will be awarded to support the following:

Baby Boomers feeling guilty about the impact of their recycling habits

The analysts at Vivint Solar just released new data outlining how each generation feels about its impact on the environment. According to the report, over half of Baby Boomers were feeling guilty about the impact of their recycling habits and wasting energy in their homes. Additionally, this age group was concerned about leaving a good impression […]

DDPHE Offers Free Radon Home Test Kits

DENVER – Radon is a silent killer that could be seeping into your home without you even knowing it. Now, the Denver Department of Public Health & Environment (DDPHE) wants to help you test for it. As part of Radon Action Month, DDPHE is encouraging residents to test their homes for the cancer-causing gas with […]

A Less Noisy New Year: 12 Small Changes to Make in 2020 to Break Your Technology Addiction

Digital disruptions, random distractions, and 24/7 connectivity are killing our ability to focus—and that hurts our quality of life. Joe McCormack offers some simple, doable changes you can make in the upcoming year to reclaim your most valuable asset: your time and attention. Hoboken, NJ (December 2019)—Searching for a New Year’s resolution that will make a […]

Study: New Tech Can Create Complacent Drivers

Drivers with more experience using advanced driver assistance systems engage in more distracted behavior ~ DENVER (Dec. 26, 2019) – New developments in advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), such as adaptive cruise control and lane-keeping assist, promise to increase driver awareness and safety. The only problem? Drivers with experience using these systems are nearly twice as likely […]

Forecast: Cheaper Gas Coming Soon

Colorado pump prices to dip by at least a quarter ~ DENVER (Dec. 19, 2019) – Good news, Colorado: AAA forecasts that Centennial State motorists will enjoy some of the country’s most significant savings on gas heading into the new year, with pump prices expected to plummet by as much as a quarter in the coming […]

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