Living with Parkinson’s

Our caregiver support group was fortunate this month to hear from Cheryl Siefert, Executive Director of the Parkinson Association of the Rockies. Cheryl spoke about the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease and, most importantly for this group, gave tips for dealing with...

Summer heat – no friend to older adults

It’s that time, the dogs days of summer. The name came from the ancient Romans, who thought the sun had a little extra help this time of year. “The name came about because they associated the hottest days of summer with the star Sirius. Sirius was known as...

Senior Law Day

Aging exposes us to a range of new legal issues, from estate planning to avoiding scams and abuse. Whether you are beginning to face these decisions for yourself or your loved ones, it’s crucial to get good advice and learn about what resources are available to...

Senior Reach: Providing help before a crisis develops

Aging presents new challenges to everyone. As we get older, our bodies become less resilient and our health may deteriorate. We face transitions from retirement and heartbreak from the loss of loved ones. While we often focus on the logistical aspects of coping with...

IRS Imposter Alert – Don’t Be Fooled!

We wanted to pass on the following important notice from the District Attorney.  Please be careful! February 22, 2016, District Attorney, Jefferson & Gilpin Counties District Attorney Pete Weir is warning consumers to beware of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS)...

Caregiver, is your bucket full?

New Year’s resolutions, it’s hard to escape hearing about them this time of year. It’s really something we should do more often, though, not just at the turn of the calendar. It’s too bad we don’t take the chance more often to look at our...

Seniors’ Resource Center is a 501(c) (3) – © 2022 | Privacy