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Community Connections: Hospice 101

The topic for this month is “Hospice 101″. Our guest for this month is Brian Whitmore at HopeWest.

Brian has worked at HopeWest for over 15 years and is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Director of the Access team. He does mostly admissions and presentations about the services HopeWest offers to its patients and families.

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Community Connections “Transitioning to a Healthier Lifestyle”

The topic for this month’s “Community Connections” is: “Transitioning to a Healthy Lifestyle” with Certified Nutritional Therapy Practitioner Carley Smith.

Transitioning to a healthy lifestyle is easy to say, but very difficult to do. After being diagnosed with Lyme diseases, coupled with long-term anti-biotic use, Carley began searching for alternative ways of healing her body. In this instructional webinar, Carley shares her belief that “All disease begins in the gut” and once you heal the gut, you can start to heal your body overall; thereby transitioning to a healthy lifestyle.

Visit Carley Smith’s website for more details at: http://www.fairygutmother.com

“Is your Home Working for You?”

The topic for this month’s “Community Connections” is: “Is Your Home Working for You? Ten Things You Need to Know About Today’s Market.” Our guest will be Rona Lewis of Starkey Mortgage. Rona has owned and operated a Residential Mortgage company for over 25 years, but for the past six years has called Starkey Mortgage her home; a company with integrity, customer service and teamwork.

“Preparing For Emergencies”

February’s Community Connections topic was: “Preparing for Emergencies” and our guest speaker was Carolyn Bluhm from the Denver Office of Emergency Management and Homeland Security. The Office of Emergency Management and Homeland Security exists to lead efforts to prepare for, mitigate, respond to, and recover from emergencies and disasters.