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 27 SAP 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
Read about our work and community impact in our 2020 Impact Report. Click here.
Please contact us if you’d like to learn more about Senior Access Points:
Lorye McLeod, Partnership For Age-Friendly Communities
Allyson Brothers, CSU Human Development and Family Studies
Mark Sleeter, Larimer County Office on Aging
Sue Schneider, Larimer County Office of CSU Extension
Cheryl Noble, Senior Access Points Project Coordinator