General Resources

AAA Roadsite Assistance

For urgent questions, call 866-625-3601. Hours are Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. For roadside assistance, call 800-AAA-HELP or use the AAA Mobile App in the Google Play Store or Apple Store for a faster rescue from the...

Aging and Disability Resource Center

Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) Options Counseling 303-480-6700 Toll-free outside Denver 1(866) 959-3017 Opción disponible en Español Website drcog.org/programs/area-agency-aging/aging-and-disability-resource-center The DRCOG Aging and Disability Resources Center for Colorado (ADRC) is the place where older adults (60+) and people with disabilities (18+) can get help accessing long-term services and supports to remain independent...

General Colorado Aging Resources

Colorado AAA Senior Driver seniordriving.aaa.com Provides information on topics such as Senior Licensing Laws, Reporting A Potential Unsafe Driver and Know When To Be Concerned and a family and friends resource is Conversations About Driving. Colorado Department of Motor Vehicles dmv.com/co/colorado/senior-drivers Colorado drivers are expected to renew their driving license...

General National Aging Resources

Administration on Aging (AoA) aoa.acl.gov The AoA is an agency of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The Administration is an advocate agency for older persons and their concerns at the federal level. AOA uses Older Americans Act funds to contract with a national network...

Aging Diversity

Definition Cultural awareness of diverse populations reduces stereotypes about individuals and groups who are different from ourselves. Being aware transforms the way we think about elders with different nationalities, sexual preferences, and adults with Intellectual and Development Disabilities. Diversity includes LGBT: Lesbians, Gays, Bisexual, and Transgender. [su_row][su_column...

Definitions of Elder, Older Adult, Or Senior

Various ages identify this population; 55, 60, 65, etc. The Colorado Elder Abuse Mandatory Reporting Law, effective July 1, 2014 defines at-risk elders as age 70 and older. Definitions Provided by the Colorado Department of Human Services, Adult Protection Services (APS). At-risk adults are defined as persons...

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