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June 1

Support Groups & Peer Support
Covid-19 Support Group 60+
10:30am - 12:00pm

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June 1

Recreation & Leisure
Buried in Treasures Workshop 60+
1:00pm - 3:00pm

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June 1

Parkinson Support Group
1:00pm

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June 2

Support Groups & Peer Support
Covid-19 Support Group 60+
10:30am - 12:00pm

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June 2

Education
Stay Brain Fit
10:30am - 11:30am

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June 3

Support Groups & Peer Support
Covid-19 Support Group 60+
10:30am - 12:00pm

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June 3

Denver Elder Abuse CCR Team
1:30pm - 2:30pm

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June 4

Exempla Senior Resource Forum
9:00am - 10:30am

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June 4

Support Groups & Peer Support
Covid-19 Support Group 60+
10:30am - 12:00pm

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June 5

Caregiver / Receiver Support Group
Dementia Caregiver Support Group
10:00am - 11:00am

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June 5

Support Groups & Peer Support
Covid-19 Support Group 60+
10:30am - 12:00pm

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June 6

Support Groups & Peer Support
Covid-19 Support Group 60+
10:30am - 12:00pm

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June 7

Support Groups & Peer Support
Covid-19 Support Group 60+
10:30am - 12:00pm

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June 8

CGS Senior Issues Briefing
8:30am - 9:30am

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June 8

Support Groups & Peer Support
Covid-19 Support Group 60+
10:30am - 12:00pm

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June 8

Recreation & Leisure
Buried in Treasures Workshop 60+
1:00pm - 3:00pm

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June 9

Education
Stay Brain Fit
10:30am - 11:30am

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June 10

Jefferson County Council on Aging
2:00pm - 4:00pm

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June 12

Caregiver / Receiver Support Group
Dementia Caregiver Support Group
10:00am - 11:00am

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June 14

Information & Advocacy
World Elder Abuse Awareness Day - 7th Global Summit
9:30am - 2:30pm

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June 16

Education
Stay Brain Fit
10:30am - 11:30am

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June 17

Adams County TRIAD Meeting
1:00pm - 2:00pm

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June 19

Health Care
Walk with a Doc
9:00am - 10:00am

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June 19

Health Care
Walk with a Doc
9:00am - 10:00am

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June 19

Caregiver / Receiver Support Group
Dementia Caregiver Support Group
10:00am - 11:00am

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June 19

Education
Affordable Rental Housing Application Workshops 3:00pm - 5:30pm

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June 21

Greater Littleton Chapter - AARP
1:00pm - 3:00pm

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June 23

Education
Stay Brain Fit
10:30am - 11:30am

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June 24

Caregiver / Receiver Support Group
Live Roundtable on Dementia Caregiving: Brain Awareness Topics
12:00pm - 2:00pm

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June 26

Caregiver / Receiver Support Group
Dementia Caregiver Support Group
10:00am - 11:00am

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June 28

Food, Clothing, & Household Goods
2021 Mobile Food Pantry
9:00am - 11:30am

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June 30

Education
Stay Brain Fit
10:30am - 11:30am

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CGS Senior Issues Briefing

Network of Care for Seniors and People with Disabilities

Second Tue of every month starting at 8:30am

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Colorado Gerontological Society holds a free monthly Senior Issues Briefing.The Monthly Senior Issues Briefing is designed to provide current information on issues facing
seniors and how that impacts the delivery of services to clients.
Learn more about these important issues as well as be better informed. You can make a difference!

Refreshments and location are provided courtesy of Heritage Club Mountain View.
Other pricing information: Meetings are free - a great way to meet others and network.

Related Web site: http://www.senioranswers.org

Where:
Heritage Club Mountain View
8101 East Mississippi Avenue
Denver, CO 80247
Phone: 303-755-3200

For more information contact:
Eileen Doherty
Colorado Gerontological Society
3006 East Colfax
Denver, CO 80206
Phone: 303-333-3482
FAX: 303-333-9112
Web: http://www.senioranswers.org

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Food, Clothing, & Household Goods

2021 Mobile Food Pantry

Network of Care for Seniors and People with Disabilities

Fourth Mon of every month starting at 9:00am

Categories:

Times and dates are subject to change in the event of inclement weather or holidays.

Please do not arrive earlier than 8 a.m.

Additional Information
? Eligibility is self-declared for government food
distribution programs - you do not need to provide any proof
of eligibility (photo IDs are encouraged but not required)
? Distribution is outdoors - please dress appropriately for
the weather (hot or cold)
? Please bring bags or boxes to transport your food
? Call 303-371-9250 for weather information
? Visit www.foodbankrockies.org or call 2-1-1 for more
information

Min. Age:

Where:
Empower at Mile High
1701 Bryant Street
Denver, Co 80204

PARKING is available


Web: https://www.foodbankrockies.org/

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Exempla Senior Resource Forum

Network of Care for Seniors and People with Disabilities

First Fri of every month starting at 9:00am

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This is a FREE monthly aging network meeting..The Community Resource Forum is held the first Friday of each month in the Sterne-Elder Room of the Russell Pavilion. We encourage you to bring information about your organization for our resource tables and please be sure to bring your business cards for networking. Each month 4 aging network professionals present information about their organizations or programs. A continental breakfast will be served.
Other pricing information: This is a FREE Aging Network Monthly Event..

Related Web site: http://www.exempla.org

Where:
Exempla Saint Joseph Hospital
Russell Pavilion Conference Center
1835 Franklin Street
Denver, CO 80218
Phone: 303-837-7111

For more information contact:
Richard Rodriguez
Exempla Saint Joseph Hospital

Email: rodriguezr@exempla.org
Phone: (303) 837-7095
Web: http://www.exempla.org

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Health Care

Walk with a Doc

Network of Care for Seniors and People with Disabilities

9:00am

Categories:

EXERCISE IS MEDICINE! Join Dr. Ira Dauber, other cardiologists, and providers from South Denver Cardiology for this FREE, fun, walking program. What better way to start your weekend than making strides toward a healthier lifestyle? Participants will have the opportunity to walk and talk with the providers of South Denver Cardiology. We will have coffee and light snacks for walkers. SDCA will host this walk monthly. Event held at the South Denver Heart Center, 1000 SouthPark Dr. Littleton, CO 80120.

COVID-19 Notice, special instructions, and rules are below.
Please do not come to a walk if you are sick, recently recovered from being sick, have active symptoms (loss of smell or taste, cough, fever, etc), or were exposed directly to a person with COVID-19.
Face Coverings are required except for active eating, drinking and should be worn at all times during the event.
Please observe physical (social) distancing of 6 feet unless you came with someone.
We will be limiting our group size to the first 50 people until future notice.
Please RSVP on the dates below

Related Web site: https://southdenver.com/event/walk-with-a-doc-3/

Where:
South Denver Heart Center
1000 Southpark Drive
Littleton, CO 80128
Phone: 303-744-1065

PARKING is available

For more information contact:
Hannah Sheeley
1000 Southpark Drive
Littleton, CO 80120
Email: hsheeley@southdenver.com
Phone: 303-703-2052
FAX: 303-733-1699
Web: www.southdenver.com

Admission: Free
Payment Method: Free
Free

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Health Care

Walk with a Doc

Network of Care for Seniors and People with Disabilities

9:00am

Categories:

EXERCISE IS MEDICINE! Join Dr. Ira Dauber, other cardiologists, and providers from South Denver Cardiology for this FREE, fun, walking program. What better way to start your weekend than making strides toward a healthier lifestyle? Participants will have the opportunity to walk and talk with the providers of South Denver Cardiology. We will have coffee and light snacks for walkers. SDCA will host this walk monthly. Event held on June 19th, at 9:00am, at the South Denver Heart Center, 1000 SouthPark Dr. Littleton, CO 80120.

Related Web site: https://southdenver.com/event/walk-with-a-doc-3/

Where:
South Denver Heart Center
1000 Southpark Drive
Littleton, CO 80120
Phone: 3037032052

PARKING is available

For more information contact:
Hannah Sheeley
1000 Southpark Drive
Littleton, CO 80120
Email: hsheeley@southdenver.com
Phone: 303-703-2052
FAX: 303-733-1699
Web: southdenver.com

Admission: Free
Payment Method: Free

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Information & Advocacy

World Elder Abuse Awareness Day - 7th Global Summit

Network of Care for Seniors and People with Disabilities

9:30am

Categories:

World Elder Abuse Awareness Day: Seventh Global Summit 2021 Registration Form
Monday, June 14, 2021

The NAPSA World Elder Abuse Awareness Day (Global) Summit was created in 2015. Each year the Global Summit on World Elder Abuse Awareness Day brings together national policy makers, advocates, financial services institutions, media, social services organizations and the general public, plus over 150 additional organizational and individual partners from all over the world. Please plan to join us this year as we continue to address this growing global problem.

CONVENOR ORGANIZATIONS
National Adult Protective Services Association & the International Network for the Prevention of Elder Abuse

Please copy and paste the below link into your browser to register for this [free]event:
http://www.localcommunities.org/servlet/lc_procserv/dbpage=calendar_frameset%26GID=01649001151244937253795242%26update=on&view=update

This year?s keynote speaker is Dr. Amanda Phelan, Professor in Ageing and Community Nursing, School of Nursing & Midwifery, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland. The topic of her presentation is "Ireland's Transformation of Safeguarding Older Adults, including a discussion of practices in nine countries."

Other presentations include:

?Ontario's Success in Naming Trusted Contacts
?"The Talk:" Discussing Finances with Your Parents
?"Not (legally) Dead yet" - The Shocking History of Guardianship
in America
?Global Vaccines During Pandemic Times
?Loneliness, Cognition, and Confidence: Implications for
Financial Decision Making
?Banks Addressing Cognitive Impairment and Financial Caregiving


Min. Age:

Where:
Virtual Event


Web: www.napsa-now.org/contact

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Caregiver / Receiver Support Group

Dementia Caregiver Support Group

Network of Care for Seniors and People with Disabilities

Weekly on Sat starting at 10:00am

Categories:

Second Saturday of Every Month, 10-11am
7825 W. Alameda Ave.
Village at Belmar Theater Room

If you are coming for a person diagnosed with dementia, please join for conversation, education and support.

RSVP 303-351-5455

Min. Age:

Where:
VIllage at Belmar Theater Room
7825 W. Alameda Ave
Lakewood, CO 80226
Phone: 303-351-5455

PARKING is available


Phone: 303-351-5455

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Support Groups & Peer Support

Covid-19 Support Group 60+

Network of Care for Seniors and People with Disabilities

10:30am

Categories:

Come connect with others impacted by the pandemic and learn skills to maintain your well-being. Participants will learn strategies to stay connected to others, cope with physical distancing requirements, and engage in mindfulness and gratitude practices.

This group is for adults age 60+ living in Jefferson, Denver, Clear Creek, Gilpin, Broomfield, Adams or Arapahoe counties. This group is FREE to older adults through funding from DRCOG, the local Area Agency on Aging.

Min. Age:

Charla

Email: charlaN@jcmh.org

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Education

Stay Brain Fit

Network of Care for Seniors and People with Disabilities

Weekly on Wed starting at 10:30am

Categories:

Stay Brain Fit

Class Description: For Mature Adults who are looking to stay sharp. This class is designed to challenge your brain and keep you healthy! Donations are welcome but not required to participate. No prior musical experience required and no musical instruments required!



When: Wednesdays at 10:30 am

Where: Facebook Live at https://www.facebook.com/RehabRhythms


About us: We are a local, small business that is transitioning to being a non-profit organization. We are offering a few classes during this difficult time as a service to the community. www.DenverMusicTherapy.com



Sarah Thompson, MM, MT-BC, CBIS

Music Therapist-Board Certified
Neurologic Music Therapist-Fellow
Certified Brain Injury Specialist
Founder and CEO of Rehabilitative Rhythms
www.DenverMusicTherapy.com

Min. Age:

Related Web site: https://www.facebook.com/RehabRhythms

Where:
Sarah Thompson


Web: https://www.facebook.com/RehabRhythms

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Caregiver / Receiver Support Group

Live Roundtable on Dementia Caregiving: Brain Awareness Topics

Network of Care for Seniors and People with Disabilities

12:00pm

Categories:

Join Second Wind Dreams and AARP Georgia for an online roundtable discussion about brain awareness topics to help understand and better care for those living with dementia.

Facilitated by SWD CEO Gwenyth Johnson, discuss and learn about resources, new developments and best practices available to caregivers.

Thanks to generous support from our sponsor AARP Georgia, there is no cost to register. Use this link to register: http://bit.ly/LetsTalkCaregivingJune24

Min. Age:

Where:
Online Event


Email: info@secondwind.org
Phone: 678-624-0500
Web: www.eventbrite.com/e/live-roundtable-on-dementia-caregiving-brain-awareness-topics-registration-146381401713

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Adams County TRIAD Meeting

Network of Care for Seniors and People with Disabilities

Third Thu of every month starting at 1:00pm

Categories:

Welcome to the Adams County Triad. The Triad is formed of Law Enforcement officers, Senior Citizens, Fire Personnel, and other senior organizations..Working together, Triad volunteers develop and implement crime prevention and education programs for older adults. Activities address crime from both a pre-victimization (preventive) standpoint and a post-victimization (victim/witness assistance) standpoint.

Another important component of Triad is its focus on reducing the fear of crime prevalent among older Americans by identifying misconceptions and educating older adults about criminal activity. To achieve its goals, Triad promotes and facilitates ongoing information exchange between law enforcement and the older adults they serve.

Any senior member of Adams County is welcome to our monthly meetings.

Triad meets at the Villas at Sunny Acres, 2515 E. 104th Ave, the Ambassador building which is the multi-story building near the east entrance of the campus. Please come and bring a friend!

Questions? Email us at AdcoTriad@gmail.com
Other pricing information: There is no cost to attend TRIAD meetings or to become a member..

Related Web site: http://sites.google.com/site/adamscountytriad/

Where:
Villas at Sunny Acres
Ambassador Building
2515 E. 104th Ave
Thornton, CO 80233

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Recreation & Leisure

Buried in Treasures Workshop 60+

Network of Care for Seniors and People with Disabilities

Weekly on Tue starting at 1:00pm

Categories:

Join us for a 16 week course to help improve
your life and create more living space for you
and your family. This group meets once per week for two hours and
offers a supportive environment for people ready to make a change in their life. This group is for adults age 60+ living in Jefferson, Denver, Clear Creek, Gilpin, Broomfield,
Adams or Arapahoe counties through funding support from DRCOG.

What Participants Will Learn:
Techniques to regain control of your collections and clutter in a private, judgment-free setting. Ways to resist the temptation to collect and keep ?too much stuff.? Strategies for figuring out what to keep and how to organize your possessions so you can use and enjoy them!

Skills based on the book "Buried in Treasures"

**The workshop will not be held on May 4th, May 18th and June 1st

Min. Age:

Charla

Email: charlaN@jcmh.org

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Greater Littleton Chapter - AARP

Network of Care for Seniors and People with Disabilities

Third Mon of every month starting at 1:00pm

Categories:

Information for Seniors and who care for and about them..Look at the Web Site for a complete list of programs and other information of interest to the group. Following is the current list: Feb-Tech Gadgets, Mar-Drug&Supplement Interactions, Apr-De-cluttering Paper, May-Keep moving for Health,Jun-Network of Care, Jul-Picnic BBQ Music.

Related Web site: http://sites.google.com/site/littletonAARP

Where:
Buck Recreation Center
2004 West Powers Ave.
Littleton, CO 80120
Phone: 303-578-2669

For more information contact:
J Mel Harris
2100 West Berry Ave
Littleton, CO 80120
Email: jmel@jncd.com
Phone: 720-302-3429

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Parkinson Support Group

Network of Care for Seniors and People with Disabilities

First Tue of every month starting at 1:00pm

Categories:

Parkinson Support Group
Patients, Care Partners and Families Welcome
First Tuesday of every month, 1pm
Village at Belmar
7825 W Alameda Avenue
RSVP 303-351-5455
Facilitated by David Geras

Min. Age:

Where:
Village at Belmar
7825 W. Alameda Ave
Lakewood, Co 80226
Phone: 303-351-5455

PARKING is available


Phone: 303-351-5455

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Denver Elder Abuse CCR Team

Network of Care for Seniors and People with Disabilities

First Thu of every month starting at 1:30pm

Categories:

Monthly Meeting of Denver area Elder Abuse prevention and awareness team.The Denver Justice Program for Older Adults hosts a monthly Coordinated Community Response (CCR) meeting bringing together multiple professions and individuals committed to better addressing elder abuse.

Together we pool our information, our resources, our expertise, and our power to respond to Elder Abuse in a way that provides safety and compassion for victims and accountability for offenders.
Other pricing information: This CCR team is sponsored and coordinated by the Denver City Attorney''s Office; funded in part by Grant No. 2009-EW-AX-K009 awarded by the Dept of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women..

Where:
Mile High United Way
2505 18th Street
Heritage Room
Denver, CO 80211
Phone: 303-433-8383

For more information contact:
Linda Loflin Pettit
Denver City Attorney''s Office

Email: Linda.loflinpettit@denvergov.org
Phone: 720-913-4979

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Jefferson County Council on Aging

Network of Care for Seniors and People with Disabilities

Second Thu of every month starting at 2:00pm

Categories:

We are an advocacy group of volunteers whose mission is to identify and address the needs, concerns, and issues of older adults in Jefferson County, Colorado. Jefferson County Council on Aging (JCCoA) was formed in 1974, and is the longest operating and largest county council on aging in Colorado.


JCCoA is comprised of many dedicated volunteers including, older adults, service providers, senior organizations, and representatives of governmental agencies. We are very proud of our relationship with the Denver Regional Council of Governments Area Agency on Aging, an organization that provides valuable resources to support our mission.

Min. Age:

Related Web site: http://www.jeffcocouncilonaging.org/

Where:

PARKING is available

Cary Johnson

Phone: 303-271-3487
Web: http://www.jeffcocouncilonaging.org/

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Education

Affordable Rental Housing Application Workshops

Network of Care for Seniors and People with Disabilities

3/19/2020 from 3:00pm until about 5:30pm

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Affordable Rental Housing Application Workshops - held the 3rd Wednesday of every month from 3pm-5:30pm.

Are you in need of low-income or subsidized rental housing? Are you confused about how to apply or where to find information about available opportunities?

Volunteers will be on hand to assist people with identifying programs, and completing applications. These workshops are specifically for anyone looking for low-income rental housing in the Denver area. Please note that volunteers will meet with participants on a first-come, first served basis and may have limited capacity depending on the number of attendees. Note: Most low-income housing opportunities are currently operating from a wait list.

Min. Age:

Where:
Rodolfo "Corky" Gonzales Branch
1498 N. Irving Street
Denver, CO 80204
Phone: 720-865-2370

PARKING is available


Web: denverlibrary.org

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