As we age, we’ve come to expect the increasing absent-mindedness and the onslaught of those now-why-did-I-come-into-this room moments. We laugh it off, make jokes about the unexpected gifts in being able to hide our own Easter eggs or wrap our birthday presents. But memory lapses could indicate more serious conditions. They could be symptoms of… Read More


Colorado is known for its flourishing and growing population of younger people. However, according to a recent U.S. News ranking study, Colorado may be one of the best states for aging. Baby boomers are starting to age and move into their Senior years. It is estimated by 2040 there will be over 80 million people… Read More


The changes brought on by the pandemic were devastating. The elderly population were among the most heavily affected due to lack of resources, vulnerability to disease, increased isolation, depression, and loss of financial security. There have been stark increases in depression and anxiety, especially with extended lockdowns. Grandparents could not have visitations and be hugged… Read More


ROCKY MOUNTAIN DEMENTIA CONFERENCE   The World Health Organization has shared approximately 50 million people suffer from dementia worldwide. Dementia is an “umbrella” diagnosis with over 80 different “spokes” or types of dementia, the most common being Alzheimer’s. The Alzheimer’s Association of Colorado will be hosting a live webinar on Wednesday, March 10th and March… Read More