A Labyrinth of Long Term Care Choices

Need information for an aging relative or yourself but don’t know where to start? The overall goal of the ADRC (Aging & Disability Resources for Colorado) program is to empower individuals to effectively navigate their health and other long-term support options through free, unbiased assistance. Sometimes referred to as “one stop shops” or “no wrong door” systems, ADRCs address many of the frustrations consumers and their families experience when trying to find needed information, services,

Senior Friendship Health Centers –Restoring Hope One Patient at a Time

The Senior Friendship Health Center (SFHC) was established in Collier County in 1985 to serve the medical and dental needs of low-income older adults. Our patients are age 50+ who live at 200% or less of the Federal Poverty level, thereby living on less than $24,120 per year. Our center provides care to patients that have very few places to turn for services after they pay for housing, food, or transportation. Our medical and dental

InnovAge PACE Allows Katie to Socialize and Stay Healthy: All in One Place

In a typical day at InnovAge Colorado PACE – Lakewood, 87-year-old Katie looks forward to a day of activity. She enjoys arts and crafts, Bingo, crocheting, and most of all, chatting with staff members and fellow participants. PACE is a great fit for Katie, who is a self-proclaimed “social butterfly.” Katie appreciates the ability to get all the medical care she needs under one roof and the chance to socialize daily. Katie comes to InnovAge

SRDA – Joseph H. Edwards Active Adult Center Expands

The Senior Resource Development Agency, Inc. (SRDA) in Pueblo, raised money to enclose the 2nd floor balcony area at the Joseph H. Edwards Active Adult Center. This capital project will enable SRDA to increase its programming by providing a safe, comfortable, and quiet environment in which to participate. To meet the needs of the aging population of Pueblo County and provide multi-use space for the larger community, SRDA is expanding usable space by enclosing a

SRDA’s Active Adult Center…the “Silver Lining”

SRDA has been blessed in many ways in 2016. We have prevented helplessness through the Lifeline medical alarm program. Our other programs have fed hungry elders, transported folks to medical appointments, grocery stores and in some cases, life-saving dialysis treatments.   We have provided light housekeeping, Medicare counseling, volunteer opportunities, grandparent mentoring to children, and even mowed lawns. These are all necessary services that enable our SRDA family to age safely and comfortably in their homes. 

More Than Supervised Care

With two Adult Day Service centers and a 40+ year history of caring for the community, Neighborhood House is more than just supervised care for older and disabled adults, it’s a way to connect with a rich legacy and vibrant community. Programs for adults support the physical, cognitive and emotional health of clients. Services are available on a sliding fee scale, making them affordable to those who need them most. Neighborhood House is also the