Stroke Awareness! Do you know the signs? Good thing trevis knew ther signs.....as a result, she is living today with very little effeects from a stroke she had in March. I also spoke with her ER Nurse, Kelly Bergstrom.
Trevas Stark, 60, of Brighton achieved in 44 minutes what takes most stroke patients 90 days … she began experiencing the reversal of her massive stroke symptoms, thanks to quick recognition of her symptoms and the fast action by the stroke team at Platte Valley
For my Front Range Focus piece this week, I interviewed Nina Martinez, the Director of Streets Hope---a transitional housing facility and non-resident program that enables women coming out of the sex trade industry to be nurtured in a safe, holistic environment, allowing them to make changes that will take them away from their former livelihood and direct them to healthier lifestyle options.
FRONT RANGE FOCUS AIRS ON KBCO AT 11:30 SUNDAY NIGHT.
IT ALSO AIRS ON SUNDAY MORNING AT 6:30 ON KOA
AND 6 AM ON KHOW AND 760 KKZN.
They serve Women leaving sexually oriented businesses, such as prostitution, escort services, exotic dancing, and pornography.
Street’s Hope recognizes when women want to leave the sex trade industry, they often do not have the financial and emotional resources to do so. Women need a comprehensive approach to the complex issues that brought them into the industry. True healing is possible for women leaving the sex trade industry allowing them to have a meaningful future.
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Western National Roundup !
Over 900 youth ages 14-18 are here in Denver to attend. Shannon Oleen is the keynote speaker for their 93rd Annual Conference.
This November is the 2nd anniversary of the Sie Center for Down Syndrome at the Children’s Hospital. The Center has seen 500 patients since its inception in 2010! What do they do? Listen here to find out
On this edition of Front Range Focus--I speak with Dr. Francis Hickey --
He joined the Linda Crnic Institute for Down Syndrome as Clinical Director of its Anna and John J. Sie Center for Down Syndrome in 2010. Since that time, Dr. Hickey has put together a multi-disciplinary team of experts with more than 80 years of combined experience in caring for children with Down syndrome and developmental disabilities. Recognized as one of "America’s Top Doctors" for ten years, Dr. Hickey has received numerous awards including the Maxwell J. Schleifer Distinguished Service Award from Exceptional Parenting Magazine. Dr. Hickey & his wife Kris are parents of four children, one of whom has the dual diagnosis of Down syndrome and autism.
I also speak with DeOndra Dixon. She has Down Syndrome, is highly functioning and so delightful ! She also happens to be the sister of actor Jamie Foxx. I talk to her about her life and towards the end of our talk, her sweet dad, George walks in. I wish I had more time to share with you their amazing chemistry.