Resources

Support Groups

To learn about support groups and classes (offered by Dementia Together and other organizations), see our page dedicated to Care Partner .

Local Resources

Dementia Action Alliance

Larimer County Office on Aging–970-498-7750

Weld County Area Agency on Aging–970-346-6950

Senior Access Points of Larimer County (CSU)

Answers on Aging Resource Guide:  Larimer County Office on Aging annual resource guide.

Network of Care  A comprehensive website to help locate services and programs for older and disabled adults in Larimer County.

Sharing the Care projectsThe Conversation Project, Patient Passport.

Partnership for Age-Friendly Communities/Foundation on Aging for Larimer County

Larimer County Advance Care planning — get free coaching and documents to complete end-of-life decisions, such as Medical Durable Power of Attorney. 

Care Partner Hacks–friendly tips from care partners in the trenches in Northern Colorado

Making Your Visits Count — tips for family members visiting loved persons in a long-term care community living with dementia

Alzheimer’s Association Support groups, educational classes, 24-hour hotline 800-272-3900, research.  All support groups and classes are virtual until further notice.

Maria’s Place   website to bring activities straight to your door with Activity Boxes.  Fun Box is for family caregivers to do with their loved ones at home and  Monthly Activity Box is for senior living communities

Aspen Club for Seniors  UCHealth–Health education, screenings, and social opportunities for adults over 50 in Northern Colorado

The Seasons Club  Banner Health–Health promotion, education, and recreation for adults over 50 in Northern Colorado

The Okay Chorale is a choir that meets the 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month from 3 pm – 4 pm at the First United Methodist Church at 1005 Stover St., Fort Collins, CO 80524.–on hold during COVID-19 restrictions

Embodied Labs Virtual Reality experiences.  Call 970-305-5271.  Dementia Together is the only organization in the Colorado/Utah/Wyoming  region with this technology for experiencing  dementia through virtual reality.

Journey to X by Steve Long–collection of poems written to inspire the hearts of adult children caring for their parents, and written in a way that touches the hearts of us all. Steve cared for his parents in their home until they died.   816-520-3711.

National and International Resources