Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Ran Across an Interesting Event - Thrive Now Event: How to Die Young at an Old Age!

Bentley Baths has partnered with the Denver Post to bring "Thrive Now: How to Die Young at an Old Age" to the Denver community. This is a FREE health and wellness event taking place on October 25, 2014, from 1:00PM to 3:00PM. The event is at the Denver Post Building located at 101 W. Colfax Avenue in Denver, Colorado. Call 303-720-7555 to reserve your seat or register online. 

Learn more about the event and view a short video from George Bentley talking about the event - Click Here. By the way I have heard George Bentley talk and he is quite entertaining. Check out his group's website to view other videos they produced - love the video about the refurbished 1949 pickup and how it relates to making old baths new again.

Find this event and others on Seniors Resource Guide.com's Denver Senior News & Events - Click Here. By the way we are in the process of moving all of our events into Google Calendars - here is a quick link to all of our news pages - Click Here.

Thursday, October 16, 2014

Medicare’s Open Enrollment Period Starts October 15th

October 15th to December 7th is when ALL people with Medicare can change their Medicare health plan and prescription drug coverage for 2015. Information on 2015 plans will be available beginning in October. People with Medicare can call 1-800-MEDICARE or visit www.medicare.gov for plan information. If a person is satisfied that their current plan will meet their needs for next year, they don’t need to do anything.
View the Medicare Basics Video Series – Click Here
Learn more about Medicare Open Enrollment – Click Here

We are watching the growth of Death Cafe and what is a Death Cafe?

With a Death Cafe, the idea is to get people from all backgrounds together over tea, coffee and delicious cake, to simply talk about death, a normal aspect of life that is generally feared by our culture. The hope of the Death Cafe movement is to simply normalize this phase of life by allowing groups of people to talk about death. A Death Cafe is not a support group or a means of selling services, but is instead a simple social gathering. Check out this group - Learn More