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"We all have a need for connection and relationships. Do your heart good this month; allow yourself to love and be loved. Health is your most prized possession. Protect it with love. Handle it and you with care." is my favorite part of Deirdre Rawlings' Newsletter, Volume 1.1! She goes on to say: read more »
The Billie Green Collaborative Care Project - There is a Village Raising Her from a Crack into "The Groove"
On January 1 of this year (2013), Billie Green unwittingly stepped into a new role, as her "YOU!" of the Lumigrate collaborative care model. As a resident of the Grand Valley of western Colorado, moving here after completing the rehabilitation provided by her employer through worker's compensation insurance, with very limiting restrictions at the end of that process which left her looking for work but definitely NOT looking good on an application to employers. read more »
WELCOME to ALL who participated in the 2013/6th Annual Sweet Heart Run and Health Expo, put on by the City of Fruita and Family Health West on Saturday, February 9, 2013.
We hope your trip from learning about Lumigrate.com to this blog post was virtually effortless. This will hopefully help YOU learn more about us. QUESTIONS/comments/etc? Call me, Lumigrate's # is 970/773-7921. read more »
Operation Warrior Wellness.org is GRATE for Veterans and All with Trauma in Past, Present AND FUTURE!
I was pleased to see on CNN this morning, that it is mediTation instead of mediCation -- or in addition to but with the potential to do medication changes -- for our veterans now, thanks to the David Lynch Foundation's program titled "Operation Warrior Wellness". read more »
New Benefits re: 9/11 Workers Include Cancers; Body/Toxins to Blame? Mind and Spirit Aspects Must be Remembered!
Today I want to talk about psychological trauma, as it is clearly a big part of 'the 9/11 story', which we are generally celebrating and acknowledging and in my case, studying, today. There are countless thousands who were directly involved eleven years ago, who woke up one day like every other day, and walked or rolled along to get around in their life in New Yor City just like every other day. read more »
Our "Amazing Alice" Asks for The Grate Group's Support re: Cancer AND to Continue Giving as a Teacher
I wish I were not writing this today, and I hope I have the wisdom inside of me to navigate this situation; I rest assured knowing of the resources to turn to in "The Grate Group" of knowledgeable, wise and helpful people who 'provide' at Lumigrate.com. (Note from October 31, Alice sailed through surgery and recovery and was home within three days, back on Facebook and talking about having dropped her glasses and not having a reacher and her helpers had finally fallen asleep by week's end. read more »
Aurora: My Thoughts After Two Weeks. Mental Health Education and Screening Has Been Missing at Universities
"Ironically", I received my 'usual' Alumni donation solicitation call from the Colorado State University Applied Human Sciences College on Friday within hours of when I heard about "Aurora" and the young college student who had invaded a movie theater for the 'epic' opening of the new Batman movie. read more »
For the third time in 'modern times', London hosts the Olympic Games, and people around the world are huddling around their televisions as they have for generations -- a BILLION people will do so. Today, I noticed seeing people who are 'ahead' of me time-wise sharing their thoughts on Facebook, which allows us more ability to 'connect'. read more »
"Voluntary Separation" from a Colorado University Program: His/Her-story is Familiar. But for the Grace of ... _____?
"Ironically", I received my 'usual' Alumni donation solicitation call from the Colorado State University Applied Human Sciences College on Friday. Honestly, it has creeped me out in the past that long-lost friends couldn't track my cell phone number down but my Alma mater, which I was not all that inclined to have any 'attachment to' after graduation as an occupational therapist in 1996, could. read more »
Do you remember "The Summer of Love"? I was 7 and had a 'tixie haircut' we called it, as the 'pixie' was in style at that time, but I had gotten a lot of ticks the previous summer, so my hair was cut short, and each time I came inside my mother would look through my head of blond, straight hair to try to get them before they got into me. read more »