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Helping Seniors In Our Community.

District 4 is home to one of the largest senior populations in the City.  Our seniors and their needs are incredibly diverse.  For those active retired people who would like to be more engaged in the community and for seniors who need assistance to maintain their quality of life, Councilwoman Black and her staff are here to help connect you with the resources you need. 

We are proud to present Coffee Talks to the residents of  Council District 4. Join other curious minds right here in southeast Denver to engage with community members, experts, resources and your City Council District 4 team. 

 

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Senior Resource Help

Did you know you can contact our office to receive information for seniors on transportation, technology help, outdoor chores, home organization and much more?

Contact the District 4 office and we can help find you resources. Please ask for Kathy at (720) 337-4444.

 

Upcoming 2020 Coffee Talks:

  • April 20 | Technology Today - The Pluses and Pitfalls of Computers and Smartphones
    1:30 - 3 PM | Ross U-Hills Library 
    (4310 E Amherst Ave)
    Technology today, the pluses and pitfalls of computers, laptops, tablets and smartphones. No technical skills necessary. Curiosity welcomed! 
  • June 17 | Tai Chi: Medication in Motion
    1:30 - 3 PM | Eisenhower Rec Center
     (4300 E Dartmouth Ave)
    Experience for yourself the accumulated wisdom of centuries with the timeless exercise of Tai Chi. Improve your health and balance, feel more energy, and sleep better. Learn to use your T’ai Chi to alleviate chronic stress, and everyday aches and pains. Step out of the ordinary and take the first steps on the road to healthy longevity.

RSVP to kathy.gile@denvergov.org or call 720-337-4444.

 

Helpful Websites

  • www.Medicare.gov 
    The official U.S. government website for Medicare information.   
  • www.healthinaging.org
    Website to help connect patients with geriatric healthcare professionals and other resources to help seniors.
  • www.eldercare.gov
    Website to help find eldercare help in your community.
  • Article: 'What Happened to NIH Senior Health?'
    NIH Senior health no longer exists. The above article explains what happened to NIH Senior Health and offers a curated list of the best resources availble to seniors. 
 
 

Location:

City & County Building
1437 Bannock St., Rm. 451
Denver, CO 80202

 

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