All posts by: Amanda Rens-Moon

By: Anne-Marie Botek The days are getting shorter, the leaves are beginning to turn and coffee shops have begun to churn out their much-anticipated pumpkin-flavored drinks by the bucketful. But for caregivers, there’s more to this seasonal shift than cooler...
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July 18, 2017 by Amanda Koulousias Attorney, Division of Privacy and Identity Protection, FTC Has your computer been acting strange lately? Maybe your default search engine or other browser settings changed, or you’re getting suspicious warnings about your computer’s performance....
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  For current information regarding the Peak 2 Fire please see the Summit County Emergency Blog or follow the Red White and Blue Fire Protection District’s Facebook Page Twitter at #Peak2Fire   Evacuation Resources: Evacuation/Pre-Evacuation Document checklist by the Northwest...
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The Alpine Area Agency on Aging, in partnership with various aging resources in the region, is providing multiple free screenings and discussion groups around the PBS program “Being Mortal.” This is part of a national dialog taking place in our...
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BY ANNE-MARIE BOTEK The answer to this complex question depends on a variety of situational factors—the most important factor is whether or not the person was injured by their tumble. When in doubt, it’s always safest to call 9-1-1 for...
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Check out Alpine Area Agency on Aging’s new quarterly magazine, the Independent Living Times. It’s filled with resources, quick hints, and tips. This month features: Emergency Preparedness Spotlight on the Granby Senior Center Residents’ Rights Information-Meet your Ombudsman Medicare Open Enrollment...
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Know Your Rights As a Voter Who Is Blind or Visually Impaired! In any election for a federal office, you have the right: to vote privately and independently. to get help from a person of your choice or an election...
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