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Welcome!
Louisville Senior Services offers adults ages 60+ a wealth of programs and activities. Online registration is available for most of our senior programs & activities. If you already have an account, just click the orange button at the bottom of the page to register. 

 
 

Click here for Senior Services General Information

Classes & Workshops
A variety of classes and workshops are offered to optimize mental health and well-being. Cooking, cards, art, computers are just a few examples!

Fitness & Sports
Different types of fitness classes and sports opportunities to optimize physical and mental health and well-being. Getting involved also promotes social engagement. Designed to suit all levels of fitness from chair exercises to yoga to softball and more!

Health & Wellness 
Educational programs to promote physical and mental health and well-being include massage therapy, foot reflexology, health screenings/clinics and more! Services and classes also address basic needs for older adults.

Regular Happenings 
Ongoing programs an activities designed to promote social and civic engagement. Meet new friends, volunteer, exercise, learn or just hang out! There is something for everyone at the Louisville Senior Center.
 
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June's activities.


Resources
A Community Resource Coordinator is available to assist in addressing basic needs, maximizing independence and supporting caregivers. Information and referral is available for emergencies, employment, food, housing, financial assistance, health, transportation, home care, legal, caregiving and counseling. Click here for our financial Senior Assistance Program and Application. 

ADRC is committed to providing a continuum of information and assistance services in Boulder County that addresses basic needs, promotes individual and community involvement, optimizes health and wellness, and maximizes independence and caregiving. 

Network of Care-The Network of Care is a comprehensive, community based Website created to improve and better coordinate long-term care services for the more than 340,000 seniors in the Denver metro area. Visit www.DRCOG.NetworkofCare.org or call 303.480.6700 or 1.866.959.3017. 

Special Events 
Daytime and evening special events to promote social and civic engagement offering cultural dinners, art shows and games! 

Support Groups 
Support groups optimize mental health and well-being by providing fellowship and assistance for those dealing with life changing events. Provides opportunities to join with others with common struggles and issues for support. 

Trips 
Designed to promote social engagement and tour Colorado! We offer both van and coach trips several times a month to local attractions, restaurants, museums and historical points of interest. 

Volunteer Opportunities 
People who age well maintain a positive outlook and stay engaged in life. Volunteerism promotes social and civic engagement by providing opportunities to give and receive.  Contact Diane Evans for more information, dianee@louisvilleco.gov or 303-335-4919.

 

Please click on the link below to visit the City of Louisville's Volunteer Opportunities:

http://louisvilleco.gov/i-want-to/volunteer

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