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Jeremiah Mora


Jeremiah Mora – ASD Community Outreach
Jeremiah is a Colorado native and graduated from the University of Northern Colorado in Greeley with a Bachelor of Science degree. After joining AARP, he earned his Masters of Public Administration degree from the University of Colorado-Denver and a certificate in Authentic Leadership from Naropa University in Boulder. He is currently pursuing a M.A. in E-Learning and Design from the University of Colorado-Denver. He has worked in the field of aging for 10 years, all of which have been with AARP. Before joining AARP, Jeremiah worked at the American Red Cross.

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Fraud Protection Tips: Vigilance Needed to Avoid Holiday Scammers

Posted on 11/23/2015 by | AARP Colorado | Comments

According to a March 2011 AARP Fraud Victim Study, only 25% of scam victims over age 55 have reported to authorities that they’ve fallen for a scam. Shame, embarrassment and fearing loss of independence may be factors in their reluctance to report. The holidays bring increased exposure to scammers and fraud via crowded shopping malls, charitable solicitations and online purchases. Be vigilant in protecting yourselves and your loved ones by assessing risk, recognizing common scams, and reviewing best practices to …

DORA’s “Take 5 for Seniors” Webinars

Posted on 11/23/2015 by | AARP Colorado | Comments

November 23 2015 2:00 p.m. Seniors and Livable Communities Bill of Rights Living in a common interest community affords many with the joy of independent living, yet can also present some unique challenges as we age in these communities. Join the Division of Real Estate, part of the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies, on effectively navigating your HOA. Understand how HOAs are governed, applicable laws and how to handle disputes. This webinar will also address common consumer issues that impact …

The Caregiver’s Cairn: It’s Time

Posted on 11/16/2015 by | AARP Colorado | Comments

Greetings one and all… Welcome back to The Caregiver’s Cairn – a sustaining and empowering guide for caregivers and care receivers. I hope you and yours have enjoyed a lovely month since my last posting. I invite you to pour a cup of coffee or hot tea, curl up in a cozy chair, and take a deep breath. Today, I want to chat about a kind of care that is near and dear to my heart—critter care. Perhaps you are …

SBA seeking nominations for Colorado Small Business Week awards

Posted on 10/29/2015 by | AARP Colorado | Comments

-Deadline for nominations is January 11, 2016- DENVER – The U.S. Small Business Administration’s Colorado District Office is now accepting nominations for its 2016 National Small Business Week Awards, including the annual Small Business Person of the Year. Since 1963, National Small Business Week has recognized the outstanding achievements of America’s small businesses for their contributions to their local communities, and to our nation’s economy.  National Small Business Week is May 2-6 and Denver was selected as one of four …

Mimi’s Seventh Caregiving Commandment: Prioritize

Posted on 10/29/2015 by | AARP Colorado | Comments

One lonely night I was in my hotel room in Chicago where I was staying while supervising the recovery of my ninety-year old dad who had just returned from the intensive care unit where he had been fighting complications from an appendicitis attack. It was another sleepless night midway between a two-week stint of being away from my home and my family in Denver. I was wrestling with how to proceed once Dad had turned the corner. Dad was living …

2015 Andrus Award Winner Selected

Posted on 10/19/2015 by | AARP Colorado | Comments

Yvette Gunther is the epitome of energy, of life reimagined, of taking action, and a model of the can-do attitude. To know Yvette is to bask inside a glimpse of what happens when someone truly uses what she has to live an abundant life. And through it all, she has done so much for others. To that end, AARP Colorado is proud to announce Yvette Gunther of Highlands Ranch as its 2015 Andrus Award winner, the highest honor an AARP …