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Gyms in Greeley

Searching for gyms in Greeley but feeling overwhelmed by the results? There are many different fitness centers in the Greeley area. It can be difficult to know where to start or what to try. We offer more than a gym. We offer a fitness center. You can narrow down your search by deciding what you […]

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Gym Near Me Greeley

Do you want to commit to your health and fitness but don’t know where to start? Searching “gym near me Greeley” is a good place to start but can only take you so far. There are many gyms in the area with weights and cardio equipment. Whether you’re just beginning or looking to advance in […]

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Tips for Avoiding a Rotator Cuff Injury

Tips for Avoiding a Rotator Cuff Injury

Shoulder injuries are a complete pain in the a_ _. I’ll let you fill in the last two letters. I was thinking “arm” but the other word that comes to mind is also an accurate statement. Shoulder injuries can be very painful and can severely limit our normal activities (even something as simple as putting […]

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5 Tips to Healthier Eating

5 Tips to Healthier Eating

In my last post we talked about easy ways to increase your activity level, now let’s take a look at healthy eating habits. Developing healthier eating patterns that deliver lasting results, starts with baby steps and simple techniques. For most of us, nutrition is overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be. Here are a few […]

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Sarita Reddy On Advocacy, Leadership and Change

Sarita Reddy – On Advocacy, Leadership and Change

Adeo Executive Director, Sarita Reddy, has dedicated her professional and personal life to advocating for individuals with disabilities.  Last month, she had the opportunity to participate in KidGlov’s Agency for Change podcast along with Lyn Wineman, KidGlov President and Chief Strategist. Click below to hear Sarita’s story and what fuels her belief and Adeo’s mission […]

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Walk, Run or Roll 2020 – The Power of Connection

So, here we are…Walk, Run or Roll 2020 – The Power of Connection, Adeo’s first virtual fundraising event, has come to a close, and I am so grateful for the immense support we received from across the country. Like every other non-profit organization this year, we had to fundamentally reshape our signature event, hoping that […]

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Walk, Run or Roll 2020: A Tribute to Lacey Aylward

Walk, Run or Roll 2020: A Tribute to Lacey Aylward

Six years ago, Jennifer and Letitia, two brand new employees of what was then Greeley Center for Independence, came up with the idea of hosting a 2K/5K Fun Run to raise awareness and funds for the important work our organization does. Others quickly jumped on board, and the organization’s Walk, Run or Roll, named to […]

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Hope Warm Water Pool Update

Hope Warm Water Pool Update

On March 16, 2020, in response to the COVID-19 crisis and Public Health orders, we made the decision to limit the use of the Hope Warm Water Pool for aqua therapy appointments only, until further notice. Appointments were scheduled through Adeo Physical Therapy. Read more about the Hope Warm Water Pool Update. We knew that […]

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Could Kegels Be Doing You More Harm than Good? 

Could Kegels Be Doing You More Harm than Good? 

What? But kegels (also called pelvic floor contractions) are good for everyone. That’s what the media says. That’s what medical doctors say. It’s common knowledge. Unfortunately, every time we hear about a pelvic floor problem we assume that it is due to weak muscles and that the only solution is to do kegels. But kegels are not a one-size-fits-all fix. […]

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Greeley Center for Independence: Growth, Optimism and Name Change to Adeo

Greeley Center for Independence: Growth, Optimism and Name Change to Adeo

Greeley Center for Independence (GCI) was originally founded by Hope Cassidy in 1977 as an all-volunteer organization rooted in Hope’s belief that everyone should have the opportunity to live as full a life as possible, regardless of ability. Hope’s legacy has continued to live on in GCI as we have grown and expanded over the […]

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