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Virtual Classes for Older Adults: Here to Stay

The shift to virtual programming at senior and community centers across the country has come out of necessity, but it isn’t exactly new—and it’s not going away any time soon.

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Supporting the Seriously Ill at Home During COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic places those with advanced or serious illness at great risk, resulting in the need for closer monitoring at a time when regular home visits are not possible. Organizations like Turn-Key Health have successfully altered their care models to expertly assess high risk patients and provide much needed COVID-19-specific education and social connection.

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Streamlining Our Small But Mighty Food Pantry

We usually have multiple events a day taking place at the Borderlands Rainbow Center: support groups, social events, a busy food pantry, and services for people who are deaf and hard of hearing. But COVID-19 changed all that. Here’s how we’re adapting.

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Managing the COVID-19 Crisis for Vulnerable Populations

More than 1,600 people attended our tele-town hall event last week. Hear what our panelists said about the needs of older adults and how aging services professionals can serve them during this crisis.

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Encouraging older adults to stay active and safe during the coronavirus pandemic

Your organization may not be able to offer group exercise classes during[...]

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Older Adults and the 2020 Census: A Colorado Story

With all the concerns around the increased census issues, there are many opportunities to ensure that our older adult population is counted.

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Design and Renovation of Senior Centers

When asked about their “dream senior center,” directors asked lots of questions, and this architect answered them.

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