The State of Aging in Colorado

The first of its kind, this new report provides deep data analysis and research to identify gaps and also provides a long-term benchmark to measure future progress.

State of Aging: Community of Choice

Most people want to remain in their homes as they age. Doing so supports individual health, well-being, and comfort.

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.

The Future of Work: Disruptions & Solutions for Colorado Women

The final installment of the Future of Work and Women series explores policy solutions to ensure women's workforce equity.

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Colorado’s Revenue Base

Understanding how Colorado's revenue base is comprised will help us make decisions of how to proceed in a fiscally prudent manner.

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.

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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Successfully Implementing Stackable Credential Pathways

This report documents the successful implementation of a financial services stackable credential pathway in Colorado.

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Colorado’s No Wrong Door System

When implemented effectively, a NWD System simplifies access to LTSS for older adults and their caregivers, serving as an entry point for LTSS that is publicly administered and funded.

New Tax Reform Package Introduced: What’s Inside?

When we have a tax code that doesn’t adequately fund public services going forward — even though Colorado currently has a good budget picture, that will not last forever — then it doesn’t work for the majority of Coloradans.