A freely volunteered smile has impacted all of us. Masks during the pandemic did make smiling a challenge, but kindness did prevail in other ways. Seniors, more susceptible to periods of loneliness and depression, have benefitted exponentially from simple gestures of compassion. Kindness has changed lives in intervals of seconds or minutes. The art of… Read More


Connection to the outside world and companionship has always been important to Seniors. A population suddenly thrown into isolation by the recent pandemic created a platform for technological use. Innovations began to bridge the gap between families and their loved ones while Seniors became the fastest-growing demographic on the internet. Social media has helped to… 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


World Health Day, created by the First Health Assembly in 1948, is recognized today. This year, the 73rd anniversary of the World Health Organization asks leaders to encourage “building a fairer, healthier world.” The theme’s purpose is to monitor health inequities and promote every person’s right to good health. Seniors, unfortunately, experience more health complications… Read More


Ten percent of the U.S. population has been diagnosed with diabetes, not including those who have been identified as pre-diabetic. This disease is non-discriminatory and affects all social, economic and ethnic backgrounds. March 23rd is designated as Diabetes Alert Day. Understand risks for this disease and learn how to address symptoms or seek treatment. DIABETES… Read More