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Howard Gleckman , CONTRIBUTOR       NOV 29, 2017 @ 11:26 AM  Socially-isolated older adults are likely to be sicker and die sooner, and have higher health care expenses, than seniors who retain their social connections. A new study by researchers from the AARP...
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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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Alzheimer’s Association    Jun 5, 2017 New findings from an Alzheimer’s Association survey, released Friday in conjunction with the beginning of Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month, show that while people overwhelmingly agree it often takes a village to provide care...
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Notice is given that the Alpine Area Agency on Aging is requesting funds for coordination and advocacy and program development after the state and federal administration funds are expended for the upcoming state fiscal year cycle of July 1, 2017...
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The NY Times By VICTOR MATHER          APRIL 17, 2017 Fifty years ago, a runner officially entered as K.V. Switzer participated in the Boston Marathon. On Monday, she did it again at age 70. Kathrine Switzer’s marathon...
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Governor’s Strategic Action Plan Group on Aging Recently presented their findings to the Pitkin County Board of County Commissioners.  Find more information regarding Strategic Planning for Senior Services by viewing the video below.  ...
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Recupere  DINERO (hasta $892.00) Por impuestos a la propiedad, renta o calefacción pagada.  Solicite el CRÉDITO (“PTC”) REEMBOLSO DE PROPIEDAD EN COLORADO/RENTA/CALEFACCIÓN _________________________________________________________________ Si usted: Vivió en Colorado el AÑO COMPLETO NO fue reclamado como dependiente en la declaración de...
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