The city’s West Age Well Center (WAWC), located at 909 Arapahoe Ave., will reopen general programming on Aug. 16, 2021, Monday to Friday, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The WAWC offers services for health and wellness, lifelong learning programs and case management to adults ages 60 and over and their caregivers. Some programs will continue to be offered virtually to help increase access and remote participation. Individual appointments for hearing and vision screening, Parkinson's music therapy, medical foot care and therapeutic massage will continue to be available. For a full list of programs and services, visit the Let’s Age Well Program Guide.
The WAWC is part of the Housing and Human Services Department’s Older Adult Services division. Older Adult Services aims to inspire and empower older adults to age well through community connection, learning and play. Older Adult Services offers a safe and welcoming environment and is committed to supporting an age-friendly community through work on anti-ageism, Lifelong Colorado, mitigating social isolation and encouraging community engagement.
The East Age Well Center, located at the East Boulder Community Center, will remain temporarily closed with potential plans to reopen in the future. Some fitness classes for older adults will resume at the East Boulder Community Center later in 2021, including SilverSneakers® and warm water fitness. For more information, visit the Parks & Rec webpage.
The WAWC has been closed for general programming since March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The city remains committed to the health and safety of the community and its staff and will be following all federal, state and local safety guidelines. For more information, including e-newsletter sign-up and to view the Let’s Age Well Program Guide, visit the city’s Older Adult Services: BoulderOlderAdultServices.com