Please fill out our survey to help inform the priorities for the upcoming year. Your input will enable IIAC to set an advocacy agenda and suggest programs to many of our partners. Read more.
Peak Vista Community Health Centers celebrates the opening of a new senior medical center on South Wahsatch Avenue Read more.
The ideas for turning Colorado Springs into a nirvana for seniors filled up dozens of flip-chart pages as a group of about 150 community leaders met Wednesday to brainstorm “innovations in aging.” Read more.
For Barbara Yalich, helping others is not something you simply do, it is a way of life. And for her, it has a lot to do with growing up in Colorado Springs. Read more.
Local Advocates Organize Summit to Address the Needs of Older Adults. Read more.
Innovations in Aging
The Innovations in Aging Collaborative (IIAC) is a unique multi-disciplinary team working to ensure that the Pikes Peak region is a remarkable place in which to age. The volunteer initiative was launched by funding from the Inasmuch Foundation and the RNR Foundation with support from UCCS and the CU Foundation. IIAC focuses community attention on the rapidly growing need for a coordinated community approach to address making Colorado Springs an even better place to age. The group consists of the University of Colorado Colorado Springs Gerontology Center , private businesses, non-profit organizations, government agencies private foundations and community leaders all working together to create a road map for our community.
Innovation Center Grand Opening Slated for July 12
Retiring Boomers like college life
AspenPointe Key Member of Coordinated Care Effort
2012 Heroes Event Honors Those Who Rise to the Top
Qualls to be named ‘Hero of Mental Health’