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Experienced Care During Challenging Times

Love, Inspiration and Guidance for the Mountain Community

Stories from the Heart

Painting by Aaron's father, Roger Ambrosier, titled "Sacred Silence". Landscape painting showing storm clouds over a winding meadow stream at sunset.

Aaron Ambrosier’s Story

Night fell upon the Ambrosier family in September of 2015. Evergreen husband and father Aaron Ambrosier, 44, checked into St. Anthony’s Hospital with headaches and vision problems. He was given a heartbreaking diagnosis.

Doug Linn

Doug is a wizard with numbers. He’s been forecasting Mount Evans’ financial future since 1998.

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April is Occupational Therapy month

“Medicine adds days to life, occupational therapy adds life to days.”
– Unknown

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.

Suzanne Feroldi featured in Our Heart is in the Home Campaign

Suzanne Feroldi

Suzanne has been making a difference in the mountain community through her work with Mount Evans longer than any other member of the Mount Evans family.

Ray’s chocolate chip cookies are legendary. Here he is shown serving a plate of cookies with a huge smile on his face.

Embraced by Love

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.

Sallie Wandling, Senior Director of Camp Comfort

Sallie Wandling

As the founder of Camp Comfort, Sallie knows that the key to camp is that children can look around and realize, ‘I’m not alone in my grief.’ “Seeing children evolve and open up during their weekend grief journey is amazing. The hugs, the conversation, and the smiles are worth everything. To provide such a safe and fun place where a child can be silent or crying in a support group and then be joyful when they are participating in an activity is truly heartwarming. Camp Comfort is simply a part of my heart.”

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