Posts by Andrea Kuwik

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State of Aging: Quality of Life

By investing in infrastructure that supports a high quality of life and connection to others, we can prevent the need for costly interventions in the future.

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State of Aging: Health

To better understand the overall health of older Coloradans, we explore self-reported health statuses and a variety of measures related to affordability, access, and preventative care.

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State of Aging: Financial Security

To understand the financial security of older Coloradans, we examine income and expenses and the role these two play in fostering healthy aging.

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Q&A with CCDC’s Shannon Secrest: Perspectives on Aging

"I know this sounds strange, but aging in community with a disability is really a new phenomenon."

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What’s Next for Colorado’s OFE: 5 Things to Know

Now that Colorado's created a first-of-its-kind statewide office of financial empowerment, here are a few things to keep in mind.

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Help Us Hear From Colorado’s Unpaid Caregivers

To better understand the experiences and needs of caregivers in Colorado, we've developed a short, five-minute survey.

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7 Things to Know About Workplace Age Discrimination in Colorado

Age discrimination affects nearly one-third of older workers. Here are seven things you should know about this problem in Colorado.

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Q&A with Logan Jones on Alternative Loan Products

A year ago, WorkLife Partnership launched an alternative loan program as a counter to payday loans. We spoke with Logan Jones to learn how their program is going.

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A Year of COVID: Our Evolving Workplaces

Prior to COVID, our workplace policies were often inadequate. But now that we’ve seen change is possible, we must build upon this progress.

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The Tie Between Economic Insecurity & Age Discrimination

The prevalence of age discrimination, its impacts on family security, and the knowledge we can do better are why the Bell supports stronger anti-discrimination laws in Colorado.