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Aging-Related Resources for You and Your Loved Ones
Senior Access Points is here to help you get started in your search for the resources you need. We know that finding services for yourself or for an aging loved one can be difficult. We hope to make your journey a little bit easier.
Larimer County has several resource guides, databases, and agencies that can help assist you in finding health and medical services for yourself or an aging loved one. The information on this page can help you get started in finding what
Are you or an aging loved one in need of at-home services and care? Larimer County has a wide variety of at-home services and programs to help. See the information here on local database and agencies. A Little Help 19
Are you or a loved one struggling with dementia, memory issues, or Alzheimer’s? See the information on this page regarding local databases, agencies, and programs to get you started in finding the information, services and supports you need. Alzheimer’s Association
Retirement, medical costs, downsizing, and end-of-life matters can be challenging to navigate, but you do not need to navigate these issues alone. Local organizations in Larimer County offer a wide range of services and assistance to help answer your questions.
There are many housing options for older adults in Larimer County. Whether you’re looking for independent living communities, assisted living options, in-home services, or low-income housing programs, you can find the information and guidance you need with the resources provided.
Life transitions as one ages can be stressful, challenging and lonely. Learn about the mental health services and resources available in Larimer County to support you or a loved one through life’s challenges. The information on this page can get
Are you caring for an aging loved one? You’re not alone. Larimer County has a variety of supportive services, guides, and information to assist you along the way. If you need help navigating the website, View our video to better
The Larimer County Office on Aging (LCOA) / Aging and Disability Resources for Colorado (ADRC), located in the Department of Human Services, is the Area Agency on Aging (AAA) for Larimer County. As one of sixteen AAA’s in Colorado, the LCOA
Transportation can be a challenge for older individuals with travel mobility limitations or limited vehicle access, but there are several local organizations offering free to low-cost transportation services for older adults throughout Larimer County and beyond. See available resources below.