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Aging & Disability Resource Center

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The DRCOG Aging and Disability Resource Center for Colorado is where older adults age 60 and older and adults with disabilities can receive help accessing long-term services and support to remain independent in the community. The Aging and Disability Resource Center helps people make informed choices about their care. It serves Adams, Arapahoe, Clear Creek, Douglas, Gilpin and Jefferson counties, the City and County of Broomfield, and the City and County of Denver. DRCOG is one of 14 Aging and Disability Resource Center sites in Colorado.

Through the Aging and Disability Resource Center, DRCOG offers:

Family members, caregivers, friends and professionals can contact the DRCOG Aging and Disability Resource Center and access the services at no cost by calling 303-480-6700. Anyone may make a referral.

Information & Assistance

It can be challenging to distinguish accurate information about aging and disability in the information age. The Aging and Disability Resource Center can help! The center has experts in aging and disability to explain benefits and connections with local caregivers and medical providers. The experts can provide information, assistance and advocacy via telephone, in person or by email.

Topics include:

  • In-home services for elderly care
  • Explanation of housing options: independent living, assisted living, nursing facilities and home-sharing
  • Legal assistance options
  • Understanding Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security
  • Resources for food insecurity
  • End-of-life options and services
  • Referrals to disease-specific resources and support groups
  • Transportation options