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Soaring housing costs are worsening the crisis in Colorado. Most older residents want to stay in their homes, and 83 percent of Coloradans age 45-plus said being able to afford their home was an extremely or very important issue, a 2022 AARP survey shows. Legislators have failed to find a long-term approach to cutting or capping property taxes, and solutions to the crisis will be a focus of the legislative session beginning Jan. 10.
AARP Colorado is excited to inform you of Senior Planet from AARP's Technology Lecture Series at the Senior Planet Center in Lowry. You can learn about the latest health, money, home technologies, and even how to spot misinformation in the news. Come into the center, meet new friends and "get in the know."
New to using a Cell phone or trying out a smart phone - this workshop can help! We would like to take the frustration out of using your mobile Cell phone!
The challenges facing dementia caregivers will be explored along with the medicine and science behind dementia-related diseases in two special events held in October through partnerships with the Alzheimer’s Association, University of Denver, and CU Anschutz. Both of the programs are open to the public and offered at no charge.
Join us at the AARP Resource Center and discover yoga that you may find beneficial to help with life challenges. AARP Colorado is collaborating to offer 13 sessions throughout the remainder of 2023 and hope you'll join us. Yoga is open to anyone 18 plus and of all abilities.
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Many of us struggle to find enough time in our days to give to ourselves. We hustle all day at work, returning home to a busy schedule that sidelines rest and relaxation. So isn’t it unreasonable to ask us to give our scarce time to others?
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