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COVID-19 Notice: Well Elder operates remotely via phone calls and Zoom.

Well Elder

The Well Elder program was developed at the beginning of COIVD-19 to keep  aging adults connected and informed. This Adams County community partner shared initiative, provides aging adults with reassurance calls, fraud education and resource sharing. Well Elder is built on 6 key elements

  • Resource and transportation guides
  • Virtual companion conversations
  • Companion visits (when safe and approved)
  • End of life education through 5 Wishes
  • Fraud prevention
  • Referrals for support services

Our commitment is to provide seniors with emotional support alongside safe, trusted information from community resources.

Please contact Well Elder Specialist, Mary Stewart, at 303-426-4408 x204 or to learn more about this program or to enroll.

For More Information


Mary Stewart
Well Elder Specialist
303-426-4408 x212 


Well Elder Program Support Volunteer

  • Time Commitment: 6 months (2-3 hours per week) 
  • Complete weekly phone calls to 10 clients each week (3 weeks per month) 
    • Fourth week option-assist in presenting programs
  • Locations are remote within your own home or onsite within the organization 
  • Engage in meaningful conversation with aging adult clients via phone calls/zoom
  • Volunteer will offer clients resourceseducation on fraud prevention, COVID-19, and isolation
  • Willingness and ability to utilize the ServTracker database tool to track and document calls 
  • Training will be provided using the Well Elder reassurance call script anServTracker computer database tool

We are actively recruiting volunteers for this initiative. Please contact Crystal Elliott, Volunteer Manager, at 303-426-4408 x202 or if you are interested in being a Senior Hub volunteer.