Senior Access Points is a partnership between the Larimer County Office of Colorado State University Extension, CSU Department of Human Development and Family Studies, the Partnership for Age-Friendly Communities, and the Larimer County Office on Aging. Our goal is to make it easy for older adults and family members to find aging-related resources in Larimer County.
Over 30 local organizations have been involved in Senior Access Points. We have trained 9 Senior Access Points Ambassador volunteers to conduct outreach and provide education about aging-related resources throughout our county.
Senior Access Points of Larimer County is generously supported by the following organizations:
- The Next50 Initiative awarded the SAP team a 2-year grant for 2019-2020 to extend outreach within Larimer County, Colorado, including rural communities.
- Colorado State University Extension and the Department of Human Development and Family Studies
- Partnership for Age-Friendly Communities in Larimer County and AARP Colorado
Please contact us if you’d like to learn more about Senior Access Points:
Jim Becker, Partnership for Age-Friendly Communities
Allyson Brothers, CSU Human Development and Family Studies
Linda Rumney, Larimer County Office on Aging
Sue Schneider, CSU Extension