Sorting Through Your Life: Scaling Back Stuff and Building Up Value

Sorting Through Your Life: Scaling Back Stuff and Building Up Value

Many Boomers still believe that Stuff= Status+Security. More stuff came in through the door than went out. Come Wednesday, March 27 our panel of Specialists will show you how to streamline, scale back or downsize your life. By exploring the materialistic Desire to Acquire, our presenters swill take a therapeutic approach to overcoming our fear of letting go. We will Tidy Up our living environments and minds to clarify life goals and strive to maintain that elusive peace of mind we all seek.

5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, March 27, 2019

Carla Madison Recreation Center, 2401 E. Colfax Ave.,  Denve, Co 80206

Info: Shannon Randall, srandall@BoomersLeadingChange.org

Register: www.BoomersLeadingChange.org/Events

Anti-Ageism Activist Applewhite in Denver

Anti-Ageism Activist Applewhite in Denver

Boomers Leading Change is happy to partner in promoting a Book Tour by Author and Anti-Ageist Activist Ashton Applewhite, who will be in Denver for 5 separate book signings from March 8-10. (see schedule below) Applewhite likes to say: “People are happiest at the beginnings and the ends of their lives.”
Her book —This Chair Rocks— traces her journey from apprehensive Boomer to pro-aging radical, and debunks myths about late life. The book explains the roots of ageism—in history and in our own age denial.

Power Up Your Game!

Join Boomers Leading Change’s and a panel of 4 experts that will lay the foundation for the different stages of encore career planning and development.
1) Sorting out what you want to do
2) Perfecting your profile to do it
3) Finding the market for your ‘do”
4) What to do in the meantime?

Panelists include:

Sheila Clemenson – Career Coach, Transitions Coaching Services
Teresa Falagrady – Denver Office of Economic Development – Technology Employment in Colorado Partnership program, Denver Commission on Aging
Stephanie Klein – President and Founder of The Experience Factor
Judy Rough – Global Aging Industry Consultant, Age without Borders

Date: Thursday February 21, 2019
Time: 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Place: We will meet at Carla Madison Recreation Center 2401 E Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80206

Free Parking at Carla Madison Recreation Center’s parking lot or East High School Parking Lot (16th and Josephine)
Refreshments will be provided
Questions? Contact Shannon Randall srandall@BoomersLeadingChange.org or call 303-426-6637

Great New Opportunity with CCHI and Boomers!

Great New Opportunity with CCHI and Boomers!

Although most Coloradans now have health insurance coverage, many still struggle with high insurance premiums and unaffordable out-of-pocket costs.

CCHI launched the Consumer Assistance Program (CAP) to address the rise in the number of consumers who are facing unfair or unexpected medical bills or who have been sent to collections by a healthcare provider or carrier.

BLC and CCHI are looking for people to fill these new volunteer opportunities where you can play a critical role helping Coloradans achieve financial stability by empowering consumers as they navigate the often frustrating world of health care billing and claims This position, called the Health Insurance Consumer Assistance Volunteer, requires a 6-month commitment with an option to extend, working one or more 4-hour shifts per week.

If you’re as excited about this new position as we are, please contact Shannon Randall at Boomers Leading Change at: