About Community Events
We take the safety and wellness of our clients, their families, our staff, and our greater community very seriously. Until the Coronavirus (COVID-19) has subsided, we are not attending events. We are keeping excursions into public areas at a minimum and we suggest that you do the same. However, we are always available by phone. If you are in need of move management and downsizing services please call us and we will discuss options available with the current health situation. Below are some resources for your to review about COVID-19:
Learn more about Coronavirus (COVID-19) from the CDC – CLICK HERE
Resources from the World Health Organization (WHO) – CLICK HERE
More about Coronavirus (COVID-19) from Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) – CLICK HERE
Memo from The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) about the Colorado State health department restricts visitors at skilled nursing, assisted living, and intermediate care facilities – CLICK HERE
May & June Events 2020
May 6 & 13, 2020 – Wednesday
AHA Behavioral Health: Vulnerable Populations Lunchtime Series
For 4 consecutive Wednesdays AHA will host a lunchtime webinar discussing issues about Behavioral Health in vulnerable populations during the current environment of the coronavirus. Stay-at-home rules, job loss or uncertainty, fear of disease, and more can seriously disrupt people’s lives and support systems right now. Come join the discussion for the next 4 Wednesdays!
Please RSVP – CLICK HERE
May 11, 2020 – Monday, 9:30AM – 11:30AM
Colorado Senior Lobby Legislative Committee Meeting (LCM)
Location: Call Conference Meeting with Zoom
We are meeting on Monday, May 11th HOWEVER, we will only be using Zoom and call conferencing through Zoom. We will be still sending out the Sunday meeting reminder. Meeting Agenda to be determined – READ MORE
June 2, 2020 – Tuesday, 10:00AM
Virtual Conversation on Older Adults and the Colorado Coronavirus Opinion Survey
Join Eileen Doherty and the Colorado Gerontological Society on Tuesday, June 2, 2020 at 10:00 am for a virtual conversation on older adults and the Colorado Coronavirus Opinion Survey. They will provide you with an analysis of the data, discuss life after COVID-19 and other implications for Colorado’s older adults.
Register Today – CLICK HERE
Active Minds started in 2002 as a series of poetry classes in a church basement in Denver. Before long, it grew to include other courses focusing on contemporary global issues, historical themes, and other matters of importance.
Boomers Leading Change
We connect people to health resources. We help young children improve literacy. We advocate for health policy changes that help our community’s most vulnerable. No matter what area of our community we work in, we turn our life experience into meaningful impact in ways that matter.
One Day University (OneDayU) – Event Video Library
OneDayUniversity features a video library of some of the nation’s greatest professors presenting entertaining and educational topics. Though their live events are cancelled for the time being – check out their video library where one can purchase a video of a previous event.
Senior Planet Center
7585 E Academy Blvd, Denver, CO 80230
Senior Planet’s technology training programs are available through an ever-growing network of community partners around Colorado. Covering everything from computer basics to starting an online business, these courses, lectures, and workshops are designed specifically for older adult learners and measure real impact in their lives. Join us for a tour and information.
TED Talks are influential videos from expert speakers on education, business, science, tech and creativity, with subtitles in 100+ languages.