Seniors’ Council

Seniors-CouncilThe Seniors’ Council promotes Living Well/Aging Well™ in Douglas County, Colorado.  To find education and virtual activities for older adults visit the Castle Rock Senior’s Center, the Parker Senior Center, and the Highlands Ranch Metro District’s Active Adult Programs & Services.

Winners announced in the “Every Age Counts” Poetry Contest
The Seniors’ Council of Douglas County and its partners, Changing the Narrative Colorado, the Douglas County Libraries and the Douglas County School District, worked together to support anti-ageism by sponsoring an amateur poetry contest called “Every Age Counts!” Ageism — discrimination based solely on age — can be directed toward younger as well as older individuals. It devalues a person and negatively impacts each member of our community. It exists in the workplace, it appears in advertising, is portrayed in greeting cards and is promoted in various ways throughout our culture…Read More


 

To view, Senior Council Meeting Agendas and Minutes click here or view past presentations at the Seniors’ Council YouTube Channel

You’re Invited to “Nymbl Balance Training”
with Nathan Estrada, Clinical Vice President of Nymbl Science

Thursday, December 2, 2021
Announcements: 10:00 a.m.
Presentation:  10:15 – 11:30 a.m.

Nathan Estrada from Nymbl Science will explain how to use multitasking to train your body and brain to maintain better balance. Nymbl’s evidence-based fall prevention program combines fun cognitive challenges with simple body movements to impact the cognitive part of balance – your reflexive balance. Activities are in 10-minute sessions and can be adapted to meet each individual’s needs. Learn more about the many benefits of this program and how it can help you at the December Seniors’ Council meeting.

You can also sign up for the Council’s First Friday email updates by sending a message to [email protected].

Event address for attendees: https://douglasco.webex.com/douglasco/onstage/g.php?MTID=e26379ea719cfb7be3c79f02daa76effd and enter the password  SCDC

To listen only, please dial 1-408-418-9388 and enter the Access code: 2498 751 1770 – you will not be able to participate via the phone, audio-only is provided.