Upcoming Free Events

Advance Care Planning Open House
Zoom/Telephone appointments
May 27th from 8am-4pm
Our trained volunteers are available throughout the day on March 27th to help you with advance care planning questions. We can help get you to the right documents, start an important conversation with your family, and offer questions to consider in the time of COVID-19.   Appointments are online or via phone call and last up to one hour. Please note if you prefer a phone appointment. When you sign up, your personal Zoom meeting link will be emailed to you. Look for an open house on the last Friday of every month in 2022!
Click here to sign up for an appointment.
What Matters Most: The Heart of Advance Care Planning
In person workshop for Boulder Senior Services
909 Arapahoe Ave in the Boulder Falls Room
April Dates 20th and 27th from 1-2:30pm
What matters most to you? How can you communicate your healthcare values and wishes to the important people in your life? Join The Conversation Project in Boulder County for a two-part advance care planning workshop to begin this important journey. The first class is an introduction to the “the conversation” with tools, videos, and facilitated participant discussion on how to define and clarify healthcare values. Participants leave the first session prepared to engage in self-reflection . The second session includes individualized follow-up to ensure all participants feel confident about their healthcare values. We will help you choose the right healthcare agent and prepare you for a lifetime of meaningful conversations. This workshop also includes in-depth discussions of various advance directive forms. We help ensure your wishes are expressed and respected.
Register Here or by calling 202-441-3148
The Conversation Project: Introduction to Advance Care Planning
Lafayette Senior Services
103 Iowa Ave in Lafayette
May 10th at 2pm

What matters most to you? How can you figure out your healthcare values, and most importantly, how can you communicate  them effectively to your loved ones? Who would make your decisions if you were unable to do so? About 50% of us will be unable to make decisions at some point in our lives. These questions and more can be answered through a process called advance care planning. This process allows people to make plans about future health care. Join The Conversation Project in Boulder County to learn about the advance care planning process, and how to start and continue effective conversations throughout the lifespan.

Register here

Front Range Aging Solo Network
Zoom and in-person
Second Monday each month
Next meeting: May 9th from 10-11am! 
Topic: Social Hour

Join FRASN at the Longmont Senior Center on 5/9 from 10-11am for a social connection hour!

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