Seniors’ Resource Center (SRC) was referenced in a Denver Post article discussing the large and growing need for services supporting senior citizens in Colorado.
“Over the next 15 years, the number of people 60 or older in Colorado is expected to more than double, boosting the need for long-term care and services that enable older adults to live independently in their homes.
Keeping needy senior citizens in their homes will require an expansion of services like transportation, meals-on-wheels, counseling and nutrition education, according to the Colorado Department of Human Services.”
The mission and service model of SRC directly address the growing population of needy seniors, by creating these cost-effective programs that make it possible for seniors to age where they live.
“It is far cheaper for an aging person to live at home than in an assisted-care facility or nursing home.”