Explore Older Adult Services and Programs

Our mission is to inspire and empower older adults to age well through community connection, learning and play.

Age Well Centers

The city’s Age Well Centers are dedicated to serving the educational, social and fitness needs of older adults in our community. Older Adult Services (OAS) supports adults 60 and older and their family caregivers through community connection, learning and play.

In September 2022, the City of Boulder partially reopened the East Age Well Center after a two-year closure due to the pandemic. To accommodate this partial reopening, some resources were shifted from the West Age Well Center. Both centers are operating on modified hours.

Programs and Services

Programs and services are for adults 60+ and their caregivers.

The online Let's Age Well Program Guide includes details on registering for programs and making appointments, which can be done online or by calling 303-441-3148.

Program and services topics include:

  • Client Services Coordination: Client Services Coordinators assist City of Boulder residents 60+ and their caregivers with referrals to community resources, counseling on available options, case management, and financial support for eligible clients. Call 303-441-4388.
  • Health and Wellness: A variety of classes that offer information about mental, physical and emotional health and well-being.
  • Lifelong Learning: A variety of classes in technology, aging and creative pursuits are available.
  • Special Interest Groups: Topics include discussion, creativity, games, writing, books, photography, biking, table tennis and more. View group descriptions and information.
  • Support Groups: Groups are available for family or friends who are caring for someone with Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia.
  • Trips and Travel: OAS partners with Collette Travel to offer domestic and international trips. More information.

Volunteer

Older Adult Services is thankful to the many volunteers that dedicate their time to our community. Contact Lorna McClanahan at 303-441-4046 or mcclanahanL@bouldercolorado.gov with questions.

Current Volunteer Opportunities: