What Makes Us Different

Alumia Institute is a non-profit organization founded on the research-supported belief that individuals can improve their cognitive function by doing activities that stimulate the brain and nourish the body.

Alumia Institute’s campus provides daily classes, socialization, and nutrition for people with cognitive decline.  We specialize in helping those with Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI), dementia, Alzheimer’s, and Parkinson’s.

Our Team

Dr. Adam J Wolff

Medical Director

A Chicago native, Dr. Wolff graduated from Rush Medical College. He completed his neurology residency at Northwestern University and a fellowship in neurophysiology from the prestigious Stanford University. Board certified in neurology and neurophysiology and serving as the Director of Neurology and Stroke at Porter Adventist Hospital—he has served the greater Denver neurological community since 2004.

Dr. Wolff has a special interest in dementia—serving as Principal Investigator in several clinical trials. When he’s not working, he enjoys spending time with his family in Colorado’s beautiful high country.

Chip Watson

Executive Director

Chip has a long-standing passion for those with dementia—dedicating over 10 years to working with seniors and specializing in working with people with cognitive impairments.

He is accredited by the Society of Certified Senior Advisors and is a certified Trainer for the “Positive Approach to Care” by renowned dementia author, speaker, and expert, Teepa Snow. He is certified as a Brief Cognitive Assessment Tool Certified Professional and is an Excellence in Care Specialist by the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America.

Chip offers over 15 years of experience working in corporate training and community education, ranging from managing a home care agency as the agency director to working as a clinical operations administrator for cognitive training and counseling, as well as working with senior housing and placement. He is a sought-after dementia expert and speaker, having conducted numerous trainings as well as speaking engagements related to dementia and elder care education.

Chip served on the board of directors for the Alzheimer’s Association of Colorado and is the former Chair for the Young Professional Alzheimer’s Association of Colorado. In 2012, he was named Volunteer of the Year for the Alzheimer’s Association of Colorado and has also spent time volunteering for the Alzheimer’s Association, Parkinson’s Association, and ALS Association.

Chip holds dual bachelor’s degrees in business administration and secondary education.

Miranda Huerta

Business Office Manager

Miranda understands the desire of families and individuals living with dementia to remain safely at home for as long as possible. Her career as an in-home caregiver was born out of her strong desire to help seniors receive the best care possible. She has dedicated two decades to building her knowledge of systems, policies, and procedures centered around meeting the needs of people with memory loss. Her roles directly supported teams that provide support systems and resources for those needing care. Her experiences informed her knowledge of the support systems and resources necessary to provide smooth operations. Her lifelong goal is to assist seniors and other adults with memory loss.

Miranda holds a medical administration degree from the Community College of Denver.

Our Campus

9800 East Geddes Ave, Ste 50
Englewood, Colorado 80112
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(720) 405-6043

Our Campus

9800 East Geddes Ave, Ste 50
Englewood, Colorado 80112
Download a Printable Map

(720) 405-6043

Careers at Alumia

At Alumia Institute, our employees make a difference in the lives of our Members and their families. We offer many career opportunities for candidates who would love to help people on a journey of brain health and healthy aging.

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