Four points to consider when making caregiving decisions + mental wellness for caregivers

By Eileen Silverberg ~ Oftentimes, many of us, when making decisions as caregivers, tend to leave out a vital factor – ourselves. As caregivers of our loved ones with dementia or Alzheimer’s, our role as the decision maker gets emotionally…

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Readers’ Corner – July 2020

Reads for a never-ending summer vacation ~ Elinor Oliphant is Completely Fine: A Novel. This astonishing debut novel by Gail Honeyman follows the title character, a lonely and socially inept woman who toils as an accounting clerk in Glasgow. What…

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7 Keys to Navigating a Crisis: A Practical Guide to Emotionally Dealing with Pandemics & Other Disasters

Boulder, CO, June 5, 2020 — In our interconnected world, global events impact all of us in one way or another. Knowing how to help ourselves, our families and our organizations navigate a crisis can profoundly affect our emotional health and well-being.

50+ And Healthy Examines The Importance Of Mental Health As We Age

Chicago, IL, June 23, 2020 — The worldwide stay-at-home orders have turned weekend warriors into daily dog walkers, joggers and cyclists — all hoping to stay fit and avoid the “quarantine 15.” But there’s more to being healthy than having a…

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Highlands Ranch Active Adult Programs and Services July 2020

We’re still connecting and programming! While we continue to observe official guidelines for social distancing and group activities, we are happy to be connecting with people via Zoom and outdoors at our beautiful parks for picnic lunches and dinners in July….

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What To Do When Someone Dies

It would be nice to have an instruction booklet to list all of the things we need to do when a loved one dies.  I could not possibly relate everything you may need to know or everything you may need…

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5 Tips To Keep Mosquitoes Away

Summer is upon us, which means so are mosquitoes. The flying pests invade neighborhoods like an army, but they aren’t just a backyard nuisance with bites that itch. They also can carry dangerous diseases, including West Nile virus and Zika.

Combating Senior Isolation

Isolation during this pandemic is increasingly becoming an issue for all of us.  But for our seniors, especially ones with few family members, this can be a significant challenge as they work to remain independent and in their own homes. …

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Stop Wondering If You are a Good Caregiver

Why we need to retire this term and how to rewire our mindset instead ~ By Eileen Silverberg ~ Loving and caring for someone with dementia can be challenging. Perhaps, it is one of the most challenging struggles one will…

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Online Beyond Vision Peer Support Groups

In these times, it is of great importance that we connect with each other and inform one another about services, activities and community needs. The Beyond Vision Program at the Center for People with Disabilities (CPWD) is a program that…

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Active Minds re-creates lectures as webinars

Active Minds has been working hard to transform itself in the last few months from a live, in person series of lectures to a web experience that adds value to the day to day lifestyle of seniors. When the quarantine…

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Malley Senior Recreation Center – July 2020

Virtual – Guest Speaker, Dave Lively – “Rocky’s West Side Story”, Friday, July 10, 1:30pm, Tickets $6 Do you ever wish you had lived in the pioneer days?  You would have the inspiration to cross Ute trails to camp by…

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Wheat Ridge Active Adult Center – July 2020

All programming at the Wheat Ridge Active Adult Center is cancelled until further notice in an effort to protect public health and prevent the spread of COVID-19.  If you would like to be notified of upcoming changes to our programming,…

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Fraud Experience & Prevention Survey Among Coloradans 18+

Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser and AARP ElderWatch Caution Consumers About Trending Scams and Identity Theft ~ DENVER – June 23, 2020 – Fraud, scams and identity theft can negatively affect Coloradans of all ages and backgrounds at any time….

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Ramblings of a Rambler – June 2020

By Bill Watson, Publisher Prime Time News ~ Hi Prime Timers! How’s life been treating you? Anything interesting going on? Of course, I joke! I hope you are all staying safe and doing well! We are trying something new with…

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