MPL Newsletter April 2021

Celebrating 25 Years Enhancing the Lives of Seniors
To honor our 25th anniversary as a Colorado State 501©(3) non-profit organization and in celebration our mountain community resilience through the COVID pandemic, Nederland Area Seniors is hosting an outdoor Community BBQ the weekend of July 3rd & 4th (pending COVID restrictions and weather) at the Nederland Community Center. More details will be available soon.

Be Prepared to Protect Yourself Against Crime: In partnership with the Nederland Police Department, learn how to protect yourself against crime at home, when traveling and from online crimes including sales gimmicks, identity theft and insurance scams.

‘How Senior Citizens Can Prevent Crime’ booklets are available at the Nederland Police Department or request a copy from Nederland Area Seniors by calling 303-258-0799

Are you signed up for the Nederland Emergency Contact List?
You can now add your name and contact information to the local Nederland Police Department call list for automatic ‘wellness checks’ during a local emergency. To sign up, email MountainPeakLife.Nicole@gmail.com or call 303-258-0799

Boulder County Area Agency on Aging (BCAAA)
Responses to the needs of older adults (60+) and their families and individual caregivers in our community offering remote services. BCAAA resources are available by email at inforADRC@bouldercounty.org, by phone at 303-441-1617, Monday – Friday 8 am – 4:30 pm

Foot Care with Nurse Debbie Neal By appointment. Call: 303-258-7768
Serving mountain community older adults toenail/skin care and a review of foot concerns.

On-line/Virtual Activities

Fresh Conversations April 12, 1-2 p.m. Call instructor to register: 303-441-4710
Fresh Conversations is an evidence-based nutrition education program occurring the second Monday of each month that focuses on nutrition topics. Led by Patti Murphy, RDN.
Topic: Beating the Silent Killer – A Conversation About Blood Pressure

Stay Fit, Active and Independent, with SeniorsMobility.org
Providing insightful information to seniors on how they can stay active, fit and healthy at home with resources such as safe at home exercises and assistive technology training.

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