Heeling Partners is pleased to announce that the following four members have successfully completed their Delta Society evaluations. They are now able to work with students in the Paws to Read program at Glenwood Springs Elementary School and Ross Montessori School, and visit patients at Valley View Hospital and residents at Heritage Park in the Angels with Paws program. Heeling Partners operates under the umbrella of the Delta Society, and teams must be evaluated prior to volunteering.
Davy Lampman and Chica live in Carbondale. Chica is a 5-year-old female golden retriever bred by Davy, who recently passed her evaluation with another of her dogs, Spirit (Chica’s mom). Davy, Chica and Spirit will be doing dog therapy-related work and are particularly interested in Paws to Read.
Jamie Roth and Cosmo live in New Castle, and Jamie works in Glenwood Springs as an attorney. Cosmo is a 5-year-old German shorthaired pointer. Jamie joined Heeling Partners so she can share Cosmo’s affection and kind heart with the community, while at the same time spending time with her buddy.
Laura Laubhan and Kelsea live in Carbondale. Kelsea is a 4-year-old golden retriever and has lived with Laura since puppyhood. Laura currently works in Aspen, where she can bring Kelsea to work at Pitkin County. Having been with her mother going through chemotherapy treatments over the last five months, Laura saw the impact visiting dogs can bring to cancer patients. She is interested in Heeling Partners because she has seen the positive effects that come from programs such as those offered by Heeling Partners.
Jennifer Voorhees and Finn live in Aspen. Finn is a 2.5-year-old Portuguese water dog. Jennifer is the owner of Aspen Babysitting Co. She and Finn are interested in doing the Angels with Paws programs at Valley View and Heritage Park. They also hope to participate in starting up future programs in Aspen.
Glenwood Chiropractic Center would like to welcome the newest addition to the practice, Dr. Amanda Jones A.T.C., D.C. Dr. Jones specializes in the treatment and rehabilitation of athletic injuries as well as chiropractic care.
Dr. Amanda Jones began her path into health care with her degree in exercises sciences sports medicine from Winona State University. After graduating, she moved to Park City, Utah, and worked at a local fitness center as a personal trainer. She found her niche creating custom workout programs for athletes and individuals. She then moved to St. Louis, Mo., to attend Logan College of Chiropractic. She earned the degree of Doctorate of Chiropractic.
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