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MAR 28, 2023
Schueneman becomes lead advocate for Coloradans 50-plus, calls attention to Social Security, health care, affordable housing, utility rate hikes and continues to fight big pharmaceutical greed
MAR 23, 2023
AARP Colorado State Director Sara Schueneman, Communications and Advocacy Director Angela Cortez and Advocacy Chairwoman Leslie Kalechman join Gov. Jared Polis for the Historic Housing Plan to create more affordable housing in Colorado
MAR 15, 2023
Colombia: The Corn, the River and the Grave explores the anxiety and the calm of the Colombian territory. This exhibition weaves a possible fabric about the complexities of the land as a point of divergence between the sacred and the mercantile. Exhausted from development driven by selfish interests, the alteration of the rivers, and the uneven expansion of the tombs of war, Colombia has reached a historical crossroads.
MAR 15, 2023
Mark your calendars for the Mexican Cultural Center's ninth annual “Día del Niño: Celebrating all Children” – an event for the whole family*.
AARP is here to help you take on today – and every day. From sharing practical resources, to holding fun activities and events, AARP is providing opportunities to connect and help build an even stronger Colorado. We hope you’ll join us!
With more people shopping from home than ever before, many consumers rely on delivery services for some of the products they used to buy in-person. Reports of scammers posing as the Amazon customer support have increased significantly in recent years. Here are some tips for avoiding a business impostor scam that might be posing as Amazon or another well-known company:
Ongoing research is examining the relationship between brain and bone health -- how findings on bone can improve cognitive disorders like dementia, and how the brain's relationship to the skeletal system can improve conditions of bone fragility like osteoporosis. This four-part series will touch on the brain-bone connection and delve into ways you can protect and improve your bones through exercise as a means of protecting the health of your brain.
The last few years have been waves of change that many of us may have been overwhelmed by. Many of us are still currently facing this change in our homes, schools, and communities. In our schools especially, we see issues around funding, lack of access to resources, teacher shortages, and more. Students also face factors outside of school that can impact their learning and achievement, like food scarcity, transportation to school, and other basic needs that can inﬂuence their performance in school. Because of these diﬀerent factors, the opportunity gap is something that students face in our school systems.
Please check out the following handout for the webinar Medication's Impact on Brain Health
Staying Safe in Dementia Study- Learn more about a University of Colorado national online research study
The population of community-dwelling people with dementia is growing in the United States. About 5.8 million Americans – roughly 10% of all adults aged 65 years or older – are living with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias.
Dating and social media websites have become one of the most popular ways for people of all ages to connect with new friends and potential love interests. While many people have good intentions when meeting people online, scammers also commonly use these sites and apps (ex. Facebook, Instagram, Words with Friends, etc.) to obtain money, gifts or personal information.
A guide to when, where and how to sign up for health insurance in Colorado.
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