Aging in Place

Compassionate Home Real Estate with Sweet Ash Homes

Julie Ash, realtor at Sweet Ash Homes, is the local expert for senior real estate in the Broomfield, CO area. As a licensed real estate agent and certified as a Senior Real Estate Specialist, Julie has been helping seniors buy and sell their homes since 2007.

A Commitment to Senior Home Real Estate

With a real passion for protecting and helping seniors, Julie Ash, SRES®, makes the home buying and selling process for seniors as stress free as possible. Whether it be finding a new home, selling their current home, or recommending a care facility, Julie is certified and experienced to do it all.

Building […]

Trusted Senior Home Maintenance with Number 1 Son

Number 1 Son is a handyman company that provides trusted, high quality services at an affordable price. The word “trusted” refers to the reputation they have established throughout the community since 2012. As a result, Number 1 Son is referred to as the “go-to” senior home maintenance company by senior centers, senior agencies and many other senior organizations.

Custom Home Maintenance and Handyman Services

Number 1 Son supports projects of all sizes, ranging from a $5 budget to a $50,000 budget. Their main focus is to help seniors stay in their home as long as possible with quality senior home maintenance – […]

Better Hearing Solutions with Family Hearing Centers

Family Hearing Centers is the longest serving, most awarded hearing care facility in the Boulder, Broomfield and Lafayette region. They’ve been helping the people in Colorado improve their quality of life through better hearing since 1963.

Better hearing and improved quality of life

Through a diagnostic and lifestyle assessment, Family Hearing Centers evaluates an individual’s hearing. If treatment is necessary, they fit the latest digital hearing devices tailored specifically to our guests’ individual hearing loss and way of life. Each person is different and they always make sure that the hearing devices serve guests in the way they need.

Family Hearing Centers offers hearing […]

Senior Resources: Your Guide to Broomfield, Colorado

When it comes to providing senior resources, the community of Broomfield, Colorado is doing very well to serve its growing aging population. In fact, it was named by Movoto as one of the top 10 Denver suburbs to retire. Broomfield was also given an A+ on Niche’s list of the Best Towns to Retire in Colorado.

Founded in 1877 as a farming town named Zang’s Spur, Broomfield has blossomed into a small community of 59,000. It sits 13 miles northwest of Denver and boasts multiple golf courses, scenic parks and convenient access to shopping. It also offers good […]

Why Aging in Place is like Ordering Carry-Out

This article was contributed by Louis Tenenbaum at HomesRenewed.org

Ordering Carry-Out and Aging in Place Have a Lot in Common.

Really? 

Yep. Think of it this way…..

Restaurant sales seem limited by the number of seats in the dining room. Some take reservations or ask people to stand in line. But any good restaurant turns people away every day. The seat limit is often far below kitchen capacity. Carry out gets more from the kitchen without investing in more table space. The clients use their own dining room, eat on a nearby bench or in their […]

Episode 16: Should You Have Your Child Serve As Your Power of Attorney?

As you plan your estate, it’s natural to think of your children as the ones who would serve as your power of attorney. However, this may not be the right move for a variety of reasons. On this episode of the Aging in America podcast, estate attorney Andrew Loudon tackles this very topic – along with many other “wish I would have asked someone that” type of questions.

He also discusses the one piece of legislation in Nebraska that may impact family farms for years to come.

Andrew Loudon is a trusts and estates attorney at Baylor Evnen. His practice is limited to […]

Episode 15: Baby boomer tips for re-purposing your career

In this episode of the Aging in America Podcast we talk about Baby Boomer Career Tips! We interview Cindy Heider-Kaliff, the founder of Career Life Options and co-founder of Boomer-ANG. Cindy has been a specialized practitioner for 20 years. In the world of work and personal growth, she has the wisdom and savvy to help you unlock and manage your “intellectual property” — so your hopes can be realized and your soul can be soothed. She specializes in helping Baby Boomers repurpose their career – whether through vocation, vacation, or volunteering.

This episode dives into some of the questions that […]

Episode 14: Tips for Downsizing, Rightsizing, and Making a Move

Need some tips for downsizing? We have the expert on this episode! Changing Spaces Owner Jeannine Bryant shares how her company helps seniors manage transition through rightsizing and relocation services. She believes we don’t downsize, we simply rightsize and choose the things that bring value into our lives.

Changing Spaces is a bonded and insured company that offers a full range of services designed to give clients peace of mind and caring assistance as they pursue a new home environment that better suits their needs. Their mission is to provide clients with the quality consultation and management services, as well as […]

Episode 12: New Strategies to Fight the Rising Costs of Aging with Louis Tenenbaum

Louis Tenenbaum is the founder of the Aging in Place Institute. He is also a leading authority on aging in place- the idea that our homes are the most desirable and economical place for housing and care. Tenenbaum is an enthusiastic speaker whose passion is evident and contagious. He works with communities, not for profits, business and foundations as well as families and individuals on home and community design, innovative business models for aging in place, marketing to older consumers and better ways to educate and motivate consumers and communities to act responsibly on their own behalf.

Lessons learned from 20 […]

Episode 009: Learning about Long Term Care Insurance

Planning for the Aging Process & Long Term Care Insurance

In this episode of the Aging in America podcast, we discuss financial planning (specifically end of life care and long term care insurance) with Craig Sundberg, a financial advisor with Mass Mutual. Many people don’t think about long term care insurance until it’s too late – and it’s either too expensive or an individual’s health prevents them from being able to purchase coverage.

Long term care insurance helps protect your assets from being used for care and maximize your options for care if you become chronically ill or have a severe cognitive […]