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Health & Wellness Programs are a partnership between the City of Fort Collins, UCHealth, and Columbine Health Systems. These programs offer many tips on improving the life of seniors. Watch are latest VIDEO for more information.

Come to the Fort Collins Senior Center

Feng Shui for the New Year Bring positive flow to the New Year by introducing the nine life areas of Feng Shui. Senior Center, Saturdays, Jan 5th - Feb 2nd, 10:00am‑11:30am, $25 fee.
Home Safety Learn what you can do to make your home safer from various hazards. Receive an at‐home checklist to evaluate your own home. By Covell Care & Rehabilitation. Senior Center, Monday, Jan 28th, 10:00am‑1130am, no fee.
21-Day Sugar Detox Learn to tame the sugar monster and feel better mentally and physically. Senior Center, Thursdays, Jan 30th, Feb 6th, Feb 20th, 10:00am‑11:00am, $60 fee.
Aging Eye – Common Conditions Learn about common conditions that could affect your eyes as you age. Current and pending future treatments are discussed. By Eye Center of Northern Colorado. Senior Center, Wednesday, Jan 30th, 1:00pm‑2:00pm, no fee.
Living Well with Chronic Disease Learn skills and receive support to manage arthritis, heart/lung disease, or other chronic conditions. Evidence based. By UCHealth Aspen Club. Senior Center, Wednesdays, Jan 30th - Mar 6th, 1:30pm‑4:00pm, no fee.
Social Security Basics & Beyond A review of the basics of claims, benefits, options, and changes to make Social Security less confusing. By PVH/MCR Planned Giving Committee. Senior Center, Tuesday, Feb 5th, 5:30pm‑7:00pm, no fee.
Am I Hungry? Mindful Eating Practice eating mindfully, so you can eat healthier and feel in charge instead of out of control. By UCHealth Registered Dietician. Senior Center, Mondays, Jan 14th - Feb 25th, 3:00pm‑5:30pm, $65 fee.

Call: 970-221-6644 to schedule appointment for these programs.


csu logoMajor projects, many resulting from donor generosity, are depicted on a new website: building.colostate.edu. As the site illustrates, the physical transformation of campus has aded more than 4 million square feet in facilities dedicated to teaching, research, and engagement, amounting to the largest construction boom in more than 50 years. (excerpt from CSU Matters newsletter)


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Welcome to the Columbine Health Systems
Center for Healthy Aging

The Columbine Health Systems Center for Healthy Aging is a catalyst for interdisciplinary research and evidence-based outreach and education about healthy aging. As a community-engaged center, we aim to be a premier local, regional, and nationally-recognized resource for discovery and application of research on biological, cognitive, psychological, social, and behavioral factors that lead to healthy and successful aging.