We partner with like-minded organizations and reputable industry names to offer our residents the best care, resources, and opportunities. Whether it’s fun activities, information, or medical care, our partners are ready to offer more comprehensive solutions in one place. We have partnered with brands that share our values to make senior living affordable, respectful, and hassle-free.
Active Minds started in 2002 as a series of poetry classes in a church basement in Denver.
Before long, it grew to include other courses focusing on contemporary global issues, historical themes, and other matters of importance. The original audience was primarily senior citizens, but over time, Active Minds has grown to serve adults of all ages through programming at bookstores, libraries, and corporations. Today, Active Minds provides programming to over 200 organizations and has over 30 highly qualified instructors on staff. John Henderson and Zane Robertson founded Active Minds based on a strong belief that lifelong learning plays a central role in a fulfilling life. We are inspired by members of our own families who embodied this spirit and dedicated this work to them.
With over four decades in the business of giving care, we have learned a thing or two about meeting each family’s unique needs.
When an individual requires care—whether due to age, degenerative disorders, chronic conditions, or temporary mobility issues—you can trust the highly qualified, experienced professionals at Homewatch CareGivers.
To be a positive force in the community, bringing all walks of life together by providing a trishaw experience that positively benefits passengers physically, mentally, socially, and psychologically.
We want to ensure the most vulnerable do not become the least visible and help volunteers be the best versions of themselves through ridership, volunteerism, and community support.
We offer daily rides down the Platte River Trail and at older adult facilities throughout the larger Denver metro area with the simple goal to enrich each passenger’s life, one trishaw ride at a time.
Our providers will come to you so you can feel comfortable and safe in the comfort of your own home.
You will receive a comprehensive physical examination and assessment, as well as management of your current medications and prescriptions for new or changing issues. We work with other vendors to provide the most necessary diagnostic testing and lab work in the comfort of your own home. This service is covered by Medicare, most Medicare Advantage plans, and some private insurance companies. You will always be informed of any additional costs before services are provided.
Western Welcome Week, Inc. is a stand-alone 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that provides an annual community celebration in the Greater Littleton Area.
Western Welcome Week began in the late 1920s and has been held yearly since (limited in 2020 due to the pandemic). Western Welcome Week includes over 30 events produced by over 20 organizations, benefiting dozens of local civic and charitable organizations. Western Welcome Week relies on support through ticket sales, vendor fees, event entry fees, private donations, and individual and corporate sponsorships.
For nearly 40 years, we have helped millions of seniors and caregivers navigate the confusing world of senior housing, senior care, resources, and services.
With the help of Seniors Blue Book, you will soon discover all your living options and know what services are available to you to live your best life. Seniors Blue Book is a complete resource. We strive to list all assisted living, memory care, nursing homes, retirement communities, home healthcare, and local senior services. We are a directory, not a referral service, that shares your information without your consent. Our goal is to offer reliable local information that you can trust.
Colorado Gerontological Society
The Colorado Gerontological Society is a non-profit organization created in 1980 tasked with providing services and education to seniors of all economical-social backgrounds, abilities, faiths and means, to better navigate the aging process.
The Colorado Gerontological Society is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization organized in 1980 to provide advocacy information and assistance to Colorado seniors as well as education and networking for aging professionals. The Society’s major focus areas are: 1. Information, education, counseling and referral to older adults and their families 2. Information, education, technical assistance, and support for professionals who work in the field of aging. 3. Advancement of public policy and advocacy that improves the quality of life for older adults The Society strives to: 1. To build leadership in aging for future generations 2. To promote high standards of professionalism in the field of aging 3. To expand the networks and partnerships in aging across the public, private and nonprofit sector 4. To deliver person centered, high quality services to older adults and their families 5. To embrace a “people first” organizational culture in which the board, staff, their families, and volunteers are engaged in the organization and their community 6. To embody the public trust through integrity, openness, accountability, service and charity