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Marco Chayet looks forward to role with NextFifty Initiative

On Behalf of | Jul 15, 2016 | Elder Law |

One of our own, founding attorney and partner Marco Chayet, is proud to announce that he will be assuming an important new role as Board Chair of the NextFifty Initiative, an organization aimed at increasing the quality of life for Colorado’s aging population.

What is the NextFifty Initiative?

The NextFifty Initiative is the newest incarnation of what was once called the InnovAge Foundation. This group provides a variety of services, grants, programs and offerings designed to make certain that the elderly and infirm throughout Colorado have the tools they need to live fulfilling lives. Interim chair of the NextFifty Initiative’s transition advisory committee Maureen Hanrahan summed up the group’s mission as this: ensuring that “everyone’s next 50 years of life” is as “vibrant as their first.”

What will Mr. ‘s role be at the NextFifty Initiative?

As Board Chair and representative of Colorado Elder Law/Chayet & Danzo, LLC, a premier elder law firm helping clients throughout the state facing estate, guardianship and long-term care planning issues, Marco Chayet will continue his tireless advocacy for the elderly with the NextFifty Initiative. The Initiative has the outreach capability, funds and connections possible to make a difference for older adults across the state, and Mr. is excited to be a part of that. Both Colorado Elder Law/Chayet & Danzo, LLC, and the NextFifty Initiative are dedicated to serving the aging population of Colorado and promoting independence and dignity for each and every one of our state’s senior citizens.

The NextFifty Initiative began reviewing applications for board positions on June 27, and they continue to search for qualified applicants to fill additional vacancies. Board members will have the opportunity to help shape programs and policies that will bring about positive change on behalf of the 50+ community throughout Colorado. Interested candidates can learn more about the Initiative and how to apply by visiting their website at http://www.nextfiftyinitiative.org/.

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