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The City of Fort Collins, Columbine Health Systems and UCHealth have received a grant from the National Council on Aging (NCOA). The three organizations formed a partnership in 2014 to enhance health and wellness related opportunities throughout the community. The NCOA will offer their “Aging Mastery Program” through the community partnership. The City of Fort Collins is one of eight cities nationwide chosen to offer this unique and educational wellness program.
Diane has ten years of experience in the Health and Wellness business. Beginning her career as a Personal Trainer at Miramont Lifestyle Fitness, she quickly became certified in nutrition and weight loss counseling. After working as a Wellness Manager and Director at Miramont, Diane began her career with Columbine Health Systems in 2007 as a Wellness Coordinator. While at that position, in addition to corporate and workplace wellness, Diane earned her Fitness Therapy Certification and began to help those (particularly 50+) who required specific wellness strategies to regain or attain their health.
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The City of Fort Collins Recreation Department has formed a community health and wellness partnership with Columbine Health Systems (Columbine) and University of Colorado Health (UCHealth). The partnership will enable Recreation to upgrade health and wellness programs while increasing service levels.
Read the full release here. Media Release
The Fort Collins Senior Center is preparing to put some muscle into its wellness programs.
The city recreation department has joined with Columbine Health Systems and University of Colorado Health in a new partnership aimed at helping a growing and aging adult population stay healthy.
Click here to read the full article. The Coloradoan