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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 […]

Wings Over the Rockies and the Jeppesen Aviation Foundation Join Forces

Newly created Wings Over the Rockies Captain Jeppesen Foundation to focus on aiding young people interested in aviation ~ Denver, COLO, December 17, 2019 – Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum and the Jeppesen Aviation Foundation today announced that they have joined forces to create the Wings Over the Rockies Captain Jeppesen Foundation, […]

Colorado’s Presidential Primary Field is Largely Set

The field of candidates who will be on Colorado’s first Presidential Primary in 20 years has been largely established. The deadline to file to appear on the March 3 ballot was yesterday at 5 p.m.  “Next year will be busy for Colorado voters, with three statewide elections taking place,” said Colorado Secretary of State Jena […]

Mental Health Colorado promotes a “Miami Model” for decriminalizing mental illness

Diversion initiative allowed Miami to close a jail, save taxpayers millions, and get care to those in need ~ DENVER — Mental Health Colorado, the state’s leading mental health advocacy organization, is looking at Miami as a model for keeping individuals with mental illnesses out of jail so they can get the care they need. […]

CASA’s Cookie Campaign…Give the Gift of a Voice to a Child in Need

Adams & Broomfield Counties, Colo. – Spread holiday cheer by giving the gift of a voice to children in our community and supporting Court Appointed Special Advocates’ (CASA) Cookie Campaign!  Receive 6 large holiday-shaped cookies for every $20 donation or a platter of 24 large holiday-shaped cookies for every $60 donation!  Perfect for family, friends, neighbors, […]

Colorado’s Largest Home Health Agency Affiliates with Expanding Nonprofit Care Network

Cooperative approach allows independent, nonprofit care organizations to maintain their missions and unique identities while benefiting from collaboration and economies of scale ~ Colorado Visiting Nurse Association (VNA), the state’s largest home health agency, will affiliate with Care Synergy, a nonprofit network of community-based hospice and palliative care organizations serving Colorado’s Front Range.

3 Reasons Why Social Security Is Important For Women

In the 21st century, more women work, pay Social Security taxes, and earn credit toward monthly retirement income than at any other time in our nation’s history. Yet, on average, women face greater economic challenges than men in retirement.

Senior Planet Center’s Grand Opening in Denver Ushers In A New Era for Older Adults in Colorado

Denver, Colo.  –  Older Adults Technology Services (OATS) is pleased to announce the opening of the Senior Planet Center in Denver’s Lowry neighborhood.  The center will provide a home for dozens of free programs and courses for people over 60, bringing the award-winning OATS model to the Western States for the first time. 

CASA’s Light of Hope Event Raises Over $148,000

Adams & Broomfield Counties, Colo. – CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) of Adams & Broomfield Counties hosted its annual Light of Hope Fundraising Luncheon on Tuesday, October 15th at The Westin Westminster’s new Legacy Ballroom and raised more than $148,000. Funds raised will aid CASA’s mission of providing specially selected and trained community volunteers, CASA Volunteers, to […]

Statewide campaign launches to recruit 2,020 CASA volunteers by the end of 2020

Colorado has launched the “Change a Child’s Story” campaign in an effort to recruit 2,020 additional CASA volunteers by the end of 2020. Last year — with only 2,179 CASA volunteers in Colorado — 4,857 children were assigned a CASA volunteer to walk beside them, representing approximately 37% of all children served through an open child welfare involvement in […]

AARP Colorado announces winner of its most prestigious volunteer award

Denver, Colo. – AARP Colorado today named Carol Pace of Denver to receive the 2019 Andrus Award for Community Service, the Association’s most prestigious volunteer award.

Evan Hyatt joins Care Synergy as Director of Marketing and Communications

With nearly 20 years of extensive experience in healthcare marketing, development communications, administration and operations Evan Hyatt is joining Care Synergy, as of October 2019, in the role of Director of Marketing and Communications.

107 years old!

Elisabeth Boeker, born the same year the Titanic sank: 1912 celebrated her 107th birthday on September 25th, 2019.  Elisabeth was raised in Missouri, as the daughter of a minister she played the organ in church during her father’s sermons.  After graduating high school in 1930, Elisabeth went to nursing school to become a registered nurse at […]

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