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About Active Adult Programs & Services

The Highlands Ranch Metro District and Douglas County Community & Resource Services partnered in 2008 to provide resources for older adults, their families and caregivers. Together they recognized the growing older adult population in the county and Active Adult Programs & Services (AAPS) was created from this partnership. AAPS is committed to providing adults age 50 and better in Highlands Ranch with information, resources, activities, events and lifelong learning opportunities that allow them to grow old with the greatest success and satisfaction.

Douglas County demographers project by the year 2030, one in four individuals living in Douglas County will be 60 years of age or older.  APPS Coordinator Jodie McCann provides services for Highlands Ranch older adults and families who may be uncertain where to find needed services and/or products. This includes:

  • Referrals to services
  • Information and lifelong learning opportunities
  • Community events and activities

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Contact Jodie directly at jmccann@highlandsranch.org or 720-240-4922.

AAPS Coordinator Jodie McCann

Jodie provides outreach services to the Highlands Ranch community and is active throughout the county. Her affiliations include:

  • Member of the Seniors’ Council of Douglas County
  • Member of the Douglas County Transit Solutions Local Coordinating Council
  • Former member of the Douglas County Senior Initiative Advisory Committee
  • Former appointed member of the Denver Regional Council of Government’s Advisory Committee on Aging

Jodie is a published author and former reviewer with the Society of Certified Senior Advisors. She researched and updated the Society’s 23 chapter curriculum study guide. A former national franchise support manager for Homewatch CareGivers in Denver, she holds a B.S. in Gerontology from the University of Minnesota as well as certificates in dementia care from the Alzheimer’s Association and Gerontology Studies from the University of Denver.

Her experience in a broad range of senior-specific issues makes her a knowledgeable resource for the community-at-large, well-networked with a variety of aging professionals through the Denver Metro area and empathetic to the many challenges, choices and opportunities facing individuals today.

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