The Centennial Innovation Team is looking for adults 45 and older to participate in one of three upcoming focus groups to generate ideas around Centennial senior-housing challenges.
The i-team, with direction from the City Council, has made aging in community its next area of focus. The team previously worked with the Centennial Senior Commission to create the Mobility Ambassador Program to help address transportation challenges.
The upcoming focus groups will be held at the following locations:
• Wednesday May 24, 10-11:30 a.m. Southglenn Library (6972 S Vine St.)
• Thursday May 25, 10-11:30 a.m. Koelbel Library (5955 S Holly St.)
• Wednesday May 31, 10-11:30 a.m. Smoky Hill Library (5430 S Biscay Cir.)
Facilitators will introduce problem statements about senior housing based upon a summary of findings from the i-team’s research. The group will then run through brainstorming activities meant to result in solutions of all kinds, ranging from ideas that might be viable to what the city calls “totally out-of-the-box wacky ideas.”
If you are a caregiver or concerned about living out your own golden years in Centennial, this is the session for you.
RSVP not required, but participants are asked to stay for the whole session as activities build upon each other. Refreshments will be provided. For questions, contact Bailey Little at 303-754-3360 or at email@example.com.
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