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Join Us at Aging at Altitude Spring 2022

We are excited to attend Aging at Altitude next weekend in Boulder, CO! If you’re attending, be sure to stop by our table and enter to win a Kindle Paperwhite. We will also be selling CarePenguin In-Home Activity Sensors for a special Aging at Altitude discount! You don’t want to miss it.

What is Aging at Altitude?

“The Aging at Altitude Expo will offer an abundance of tips, advice, and the latest trends in health and nutrition, financial and retirement planning, real estate – from active adult communities to assisted living facilities – home care, lifestyle, leisure, fitness, and more.” (Prairie Mountain Media)

The Aging at Altitude magazine is published twice a year and features advice for older adults and their families. The full Aging at Altitude magazine can be found and downloaded here! CarePenguin is featured in the Aging in Place section on page 42.

Where and When?

Saturday April 23rd, 2022

9:00 am – 2:00 pm

Boulder JCC, 6007 Oreg Ave., Boulder CO


CarePenguin will be participating in the expo alongside other companies serving older adults. Stop by our table in between seminars to chat with us!

There will be a variety of free seminars to attend. Here is a list of some of the topics these seminars will be covering:

  • Senior Living Options: Finding the Right Fit for You
  • Motion is Lotion: How to Maintain a Seasoned Body on the Road of Life!
  • Senior Law Panel
  • Brain Health and Psychological Wellbeing: A Personalized and Precision Approach
  • Reverse Mortgage Panel
  • Feed Your Mind: Nutrition and Brain Health
  • Real Talk with Real People: Making Decisions about Senior Living, Caregiver Burnout, What is Continuum of Care?
  • Managing and Saving for Retirement

Checkout the full list of seminars here. 

What is CarePenguin?

CarePenguin brings peace of mind to families with elderly loved ones living independently by detecting activity in a house through water use. That activity is displayed on our app where family members and other caregivers can see it, allowing them to know their loved one is okay without putting invasive cameras or motion sensors in their house. The average senior citizen uses water seven times a day, making it a great indicator of activity! 

See you there!

We look forward to seeing seniors, caregivers, and friends and family members there and chatting with you all!