2020 Stories of Endurance Video
January General Membership Meeting | January 20, 2021 ; 8:30 am - 9:30 am
Our first General Membership Meeting each year provides an update on where we foresee the SRC going in the new year and allows us to recognize our Board Members. We are grateful for all the volunteers who keep the SRC running so smoothly!
Virtual Happy Hour | Thursdays 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
November 19, we will not host SRC Virtual Happy Hour. We encourage you to join the Marketing and Admissions Game Night!
Peak Vista needs your help!
- Sleeping bags
- small first aid kit
- back packets
- travel tooth brush and tooth paste
- Cap stick
- Hand sanitizer
- Hand warmers
- Gift card for gas
- Gift card for Groceries
Support Groups for Caregivers
- Veterans Caregivers
- Lewy Body Dementia Caregivers
- Grieving through Dementia: A support group to discuss anticipatory grief
- Younger Onset Caregivers
- New Beginnings : A support group for those grieving the loss of a loved one
- Adult Children Caregiver Group: A support group for children car-ing for aging parents
- Men’s Caregiver Group
- Adult Children Caregiver Group: A support group for children caring for aging parents
- Women’s Caregiver Group
- Frontotemporal Dementia Caregiver Group
- Sandwich Generation Caregiver Group: A support group for those raising children and caring for an elder with dementia
Regional Education Programs
- visit www.alz.org/crf
- call the 24/7 Helpline at 1.800.272.3900
Professional Advancement Certificate in Gerontology
DO YOU CURRENTLY INTERACT WITH OLDER ADULTS IN YOUR DAY-TO-DAY WORK?
IF YOU WORK WITH OLDER ADULTS AS COLLEAGUES, CLIENTS, OR CUSTOMERS,
THIS PROGRAM IS FOR YOU!
Learn from seasoned experts in the areas of health, law, and government; representing the public, nonprofit and private sectors. These academic researchers, experienced practitioners and professionals involved in fields related to aging will enhance your understanding of age-related issues by providing
up-to-date information and research.
Spring 2021 Semester:
January 12th-May 11th
The certificate course consists of two semesters taken in sequence. New enrollees are accepted each semester. Successful completion of the program requires class attendance and participation (either on-site or online). Tuition is $495 per semester.
To learn more visit us online or call 719-255-8005
Project Angel Heart | Meal Delivery, Free of Charge
Project Angel Heart delivers meals to people living with many different types of diagnosed illnesses, including cancer, ESRD, heart failure, MS, COPD, ALS, HIV/AIDS (over 150 different primary illnesses). Our clients face difficulties preparing a nutritionally appropriate meal, either due to their illness, treatments, and/or physical and/or mental disability.
We serve people regardless of age. Currently our youngest client is 1 and our oldest is 101. Dependents of clients are also eligible to receive meal delivery at no charge.
Our meals are prepared to meet the nutritional requirements of our clients. Meals are prepared fresh each day. Every Saturday, clients receive frozen meals that are easily reheated in an oven or microwave, as well as bread, soup, milk and fruit.
Memories in the Making | Virtual Gallery
Click here to see the Gallery page and marvel at the beautiful expressions created by those in our community living with memory loss.