Love, Inspiration and Guidance for the Mountain Community
Stories from the Heart
Unlike a lot of people who move to Colorado, Ray didn’t come here for the mountains, he was far more interested in a therapeutic treasure tucked inside them. A psychological social worker by profession, Ray served as the director of Forest Heights Lodge for 35 years. He dedicated his life’s work and heart to helping boys struggling with emotional, behavioral, academic and social issues.
“For people who don’t want to leave their mountain, our hospice care means a lot. It’s a gift to be in your own home, in your own bed with your family around. It’s really an honor to help them on their final journey.”
Katie Mullen started working with Mount Evans 10 years ago as a Home Health Aide because she wanted to give back to the community she grew up in. Now she’s part of the team that coordinates Mount Evans’ extraordinary care.
ColoradoBiz Magazine Names Mount Evans the Top Health Care Company in 2020 Despite all the uncertainty we are all surrounded by in Colorado this year – a
“Medicine adds days to life, occupational therapy adds life to days.”
For the past 40+ years the American Occupational Therapy Association has been celebrating April as Occupational Therapy month. These compassionate professionals help people of all ages safely recover from or adapt to changes from injury, illness, disability, or aging through the therapeutic use of everyday activities (occupations). They work with those recovering from an injury or illness regain skills and also work with aging adults to help them remain independent.
Kim is a perfect example of what makes Mount Evans special. She believes everything we say or do should be a benefit to the greater world.