For Ages 50+

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SRES® (Seniors Real Estate Specialists) Designation

By earning my SRES Designation I have ensured I’m exceptionally qualified to serve my clients age 50+. What does the SRES designation mean to you?

“Seniors Real Estate Specialists® or SRES® designees are REALTORS® qualified to address the needs of home buyers and sellers age 50+. The SRES® Council awards the SRES® Designation to those members who have successfully completed its education program.By earning the SRES® Designation, your REALTOR® has demonstrated the necessary knowledge and expertise to counsel clients age 50+ through major financial and lifestyle transitions involved in relocating, refinancing, or selling the family home. Your SRES® has received special training, gets regular updates, and is prepared to offer the options and information needed in making life changing decisions.”

– National Association of REALTORS® SRES Website, www.SeniorsRealEstate.com

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Project Visibility

I am a part of Project Visibility, an aging services community that is informed, sensitive to, and supportive of LGBT elders. Click here to learn more about Project Visibility

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Elder Care Network of Northern Colorado

In addition to earning my SRES, I’m a member of the ECN (Elder Care Network) of Northern Colorado. We are a:

“Volunteer organization of family members and both private and non-profit service providers who have joined together to ensure that family caregivers of frail elders have access to the information and resources they need to provide and manage care, health, and well being for their loved ones as well as to care for themselves.”

Click here to visit the ECN website and learn more!

 

Dementia-Friendly Communities of Northern Colorado

Dementia-Friendly Communities of Northern Colorado

I’m a member of the Dementia-Friendly Communities of Northern Colorado. This volunteer initiative started in November, 2015 is now a non-profit organization designed to leverage dementia-awareness, dementia care, and community education efforts so that people walking the dementia journey in our communities don’t have to walk alone. The purple angle logo was started by a gentleman in the UK who has dementia and now it is used in countries around the world as one of the primary symbols for being dementia-friendly. Click here to visit the Dementia-Friendly Communities of Northern Colorado website and learn more!