Therapeutic recreation is a practice of utilizing a wide range of activities and interventions to improve physical, emotional, cognitive, social and leisure skills for a wide range of individuals. The intervention is personalized and based on a person’s past, present and future leisure lifestyle.
One of the benefits of being served by an electric cooperative is that it gives back to your community through sponsorships of local programs. That benefit is extended when your cooperative is, itself, a member of a cooperative.
Delta County Memorial Hospital volunteers served a total of 16,030.5 hours in 2014. All were thanked for their dedication and commitment at the 39th annual meeting and banquet held Feb. 14.
Angela Morris, a certified advanced family nurse practitioner for over 13 years, recently joined Internal Medicine Associates to provide additional medical care since the departure of Dr. Scott Rich and Dr. Dolly Lent. She has nursing licenses in Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona with the state authority to independently write medical prescriptions for her patients.
She was most recently with Silver Creek Family Practice Clinic in Bullhead City, Ariz., seeing up to 28 patients daily, many with multiple chronic medical diagnoses. Nurse practitioner Morris also served as a primary care provider for a Native American population on an island in Alaska with patients ranging from birth to 90 years old.
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