No one walking the dementia journey has to walk alone.

Current projects in Northern Colorado that support Dementia-Friendly Communities

B Sharp Arts Engagement Program is a unique collaboration among Kaiser PermanenteBanner Health, Fort Collins Symphony, Colorado State University, the Alzheimer's Association, and Larimer County Office on Aging. Participants with cognitive impairment are able to attend five (5) Masterworks Symphony performances. Last year they took part in a CSU study measuring attention, memory, cognitive, and executive functioning. Their care partners also participated in assessment of social and/or emotional engagement.  B-Sharp in the News.    

The B Sharp Arts Engagement program is expanding into the visual arts in 2017 with participants attending 4 interactive sessions making memory masks for the Fort Collins Art Museum MASK display.  5 people living with dementia and their care partners will participate in this opportunity this year as we look forward to extending the opportunity to more people in the future.

The Okay Chorale is a choir that meets the 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month from 3 pm - 4 pm at the First United Methodist Church at 1005 Stover St., Fort Collins, CO 80524.

Partnership for Age-Friendly Communities/Foundation on Aging for Larimer County

Sharing the Care Campaign projects--The Conversation Project, Patient Passport.  

Northern Colorado Music and Memory