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We Are the “Silver Tsunami”

By Barbara Ziegler, senior living in Jefferson County ~ There is a crisis coming our way and most people are unaware. In 1917, an article in the Denver Post warned about a “Silver Tsunami” a name” used by experts to describe the population of aging boomers expected to double by 2030.” The National Investment Center […]

Heart Stent Patients Needed

Hospitals have a legal obligation to make sure that Medicare patients are properly informed before heart stents are implanted in coronary arteries. For people having a heart attack, heart stents can be lifesaving.  But for people with stable coronary artery disease who are not suffering a heart attack, heart stents are often implanted without informing […]

Time is Running out – Become a Contestant in the Ms. Colorado Senior America Pageant

Time to come out and SPARKLE!!!  If you are 60 years of age or older and you feel you need a new lease on life or a new commitment, and want to be a part of something wonderful, become a contestant in the  Ms. Colorado Senior America Pageant to be held October 23, 2021, at […]

Over-the-Phone Benefits Reviews for Rocky Flats Retirees

Arvada, CO – Those who worked at the Rocky Flats plant in the 1950’s, 60’s, 70’s and 80’s may be eligible for no-cost medical benefits and financial compensation through the Department of Labor’s Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Program Act (EEOICPA). Many of these retirees have developed chronic illnesses and various cancers as a result […]

Expressions of Gratitude

The Greater Denver Placement and Referral Alliance held the Expressions of Gratitude event at The Ridge Pinehurst Senior Living to honor all frontline workers who care for our elders in Senior Living communities.

“Meet” your therapist via Telehealth

Community Reach Center continues to serve the community ~ (Westminster, CO) Behavioral health therapies most always take place face- to-face in a therapist’s office or healthcare facility. Reason being that when the therapist and client are together in the same room, it allows for optimal communication. Thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, however, most therapy sessions […]

Live Radio Plays in Westminster

An episode of Gunsmoke as it was heard live on the radio in 1954 and an episode of The Shadow which aired in 1938 will be performed as live radio plays by the Advent Radio Players on Sunday, March 29th at 2 p.m. at Advent Lutheran Church in Westminster.  The Advent Radio Players recreate old time […]

Live Holiday Radio Plays in Westminster

“A Father Knows Best Christmas Program” and a First Nighter Program “Little Town of Bethlehem,”  two half hour old time radio programs, will be performed as live radio plays by the Advent Radio Players on Sunday, December 15th at 2 p.m. at Advent Lutheran Church in Westminster.  They will be presented just as they were […]

Chefs for Seniors

Executive Chef and Food Service professional Denise Huff, of Arvada, has opened a Chefs For Seniors (chefsforseniors.com) franchise that takes the stress and guesswork out of meal planning for older adults.

Free Community Classes for Diabetes Prevention Offered in November

COAW is a nonprofit organization that collaborates with health systems, community health centers, hospitals, primary care providers, health departments and community-based organizations across Colorado to provide evidence-based health and wellness leader trainings, community health classes and falls prevention screenings. Free Community Classes for Diabetes Prevention Offered in November

The MAC For Active Adult Lifestyles – Nov. 2015

Best Foods for Brain Health The fountain of youth for your brain could very well be found in your refrigerator. Learn what foods and nutrients your brain needs to stay sharp. Resident fee $11; non-resident $13. Monday, November 2 1 – 2 p.m. Introduction to Windows 8 and Above Are you frustrated by the Windows […]

The MAC For Active Adult Lifestyles – Feb. 2016

Melt & Brain Gym Methods Melt away aches and pains and reduce stuck energy by rehydrating connective tissue in your body using small soft balls on your hands and feet. Also learn simple, enjoyable physical activities known as Brain Gym to improve coordination, increase brain functions, and reduce stress. All fitness levels will benefit. Fee: […]

The MAC For Active Adult Lifestyles – April 2016

Life Reimagined by AARP Life is full of check-ups for our health, finances, car, and pets. How about a check-up for your life? During this seminar you will reflect on what’s happening in your life right now and consider what’s next. This seminar is for anyone who wants to pursue a passion, take a new […]

The MAC For Active Adult Lifestyles – Feb. 2015

The Good and Bad of GMO’s With advances in science, researchers are able to create “superfoods” by combining the genes of many species. Learn about the processes of genetically modifying foods and the pros and cons to this trend. Pre-registration is required, call 303-426-4310. Wednesday February 11 6-7 pm Home Remedies for Colds and Flu […]

The MAC For Active Adult Lifestyles – Oct. 2014

The Not-So-Sweet Facts about Sugar It appears the American’s sweet tooth just keeps getting sweeter. Many health organizations are concerned with the amount of sugar that the average person consumes. But is sugar really that bad for us? Learn about the health effects of a diet high in processed sugars, types of sugars and sugar […]


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