Home – Alpine Area Agency on Aging

Aging Well

The possibilities and prospects for successful aging

Transportation Resources

Caregiver Resources

Long Term Care Resources

Aging Publications

Click to View Our Executive Summary Here

Click to View the Full Report Here

The Northwest Colorado Council of Governments and the Alpine Area Agency on Aging commissioned a senior services gap analysis to provide an in-depth understanding of the unmet needs for seniors services in the region. We are eager for policymakers, providers, community partners, and citizens to observe the data in the report and be spurred to action.

Senior Services Needs Analysis

View Recent Editions or Subscribe Here

ILT | Independent Living Times Magazine

Alpine Area Agency on Aging | Assisting Seniors and Caregivers with Resources For Aging Well

For Seniors

Information and Services to Best Meet Your Needs
View More →

For Caregivers

Assisting you to assist those you love and care for
View More →

For Providers

Tools and Resources to assist our Fabulous Providers
View More →

Calendar of Events

< 2017 >
  • 05

    9:00 AM-3:00 PM
    Glenwood Springs Community Center
    100 Wulfsohn Rd, Glenwood Springs, CO 81601, USA

    “To the world you may be one person, but to one person you may be the world.” -Dr. Suess

    9th Annual Caregiver Conference

    June 5th, 2017
    9:00 am – 3:30 pm

    *FREE lunch and pampering included*

    Glenwood Springs Community Center
    100 Wulfsohn Road
    Glenwood Springs, CO  81601

    Register at www.ColoradoCaregiverConference.eventbrite.com
    or (970) 945-9191 x 3061 (please spell your name on message)

  • 22

    6:00 PM-7:30 PM
    Summit Community & Senior Center
    83 Nancy's Place, Frisco, CO, United States

    Sandy Bainbridge, President of the Summit County Senior Citizens, will speak about the nine years she managed her Mother’s battle with Alzheimer’s disease. Sandy is on the speakers’ bureau for the Colorado
    Alzheimer’s Association. She is a trained presenter on the many phases of Alzheimer’s and other memory loss diseases. She is also a support group facilitator.
    Sandy’s Mom died March of 2017 at the age of 92 after a nine year battle with Alzheimer’s disease. Sandy says, “The volunteer position with the Alzheimer’s Association is my grieving therapy. While helping my Mom to manage through this terrible progressive illness, I learned a lot I would like to share with others. It helps me to tell Nana stories, both the sad ones and the funny ones, and to help others maneuver through the many decisions to be made while managing the care giving. My Mom used to love to tell her friends I am helping to cure her! I wish I could have!.”
    Sandy is a retired sales manager from a global assessment, training and development company specializing in sales and management effectiveness and employee communications. She and her husband Steve became full time residents of Frisco in November of 2009. Lecture is from 6:00 pm—7:30 pm. No sign up is required.

News & Events

Translate »