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All posts by: Grand Seniors

  • Declutter for a safe and Happy Home
Declutter, organize and create a great space for Aging Well at Home Below are some great tips on how to prepare your home with both the aging adult and persons with special needs in mind.  Take a look at the...
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Legal Resources for Seniors and Persons with Special Needs When it comes to identifying vulnerable populations in our community, some of the more overlooked groups are the elderly and disabled. Many people consider the poor or the young to be...
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  • Emergency preparedness
Emergency Preparedness for Seniors or Persons with Disabilities; Knowledge is Vital!  Learn more in this  Fabulous Article By Taylor Covington at TheZebra.com Disaster Safety & Assistive Technology: Protection for Seniors & the Disabled Emergency Preparedness: How It Differs When disaster...
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  • Assisted Living
Making the Move to Assisted Living: A Guide to Knowing When It’s Right and Making the Right Choice As we watch our parents or grandparents get older, the last thing on our mind is finding a facility for them to...
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Climate change is a global issue. Public health and government officials are increasingly emphasizing that climate change has consequences for human health—and that climate-related health consequences won’t be distributed equally. Health advocates and researchers caution that Coloradans with low incomes,...
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  • Free Smoke Detectors
Free  Smoke Detectors for Your Home The American Red Cross is hosting a “Sound the Alarm” campaign from Sept. 23 – Oct. 15 to offer free home smoke detectors. Anyone is welcome to request one. To do so, call 303.607.4753, send an email to hfpcdenver@redcross.org or complete this online form....
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Here is a breakdown of how Presidential Budget Proposals Could Effect Grand County Seniors thanks to the research by members of Moving Mountains Grand County. One of our members researched the following information: “Meals on Wheels served 92 Grand county...
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Playgrounds for Senior Citizens are Rising in Popularity And they are the cutest thing ever! Do you remember spending time at the playground as a child? Playground time in fact holds some of my dearest memories. The hours spend swinging...
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In the recent New York Times article, “Walk, Stretch or Dance? Dancing May Be Best for the Brain“, researchers detail studies comparing the neurological effects of various types of physical activity on the brains of older adults.  This most recent study published...
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