Aurora Youth Options a program of Aurora Mental Health Center works with Middle and High School aged youth and their families to navigate connect and provide positive individualized resources to help youth thrive. The AYO mentoring program is designed as a close augmentation to the AYO program model. Youth in AYO who are at risk of truancy and school avoidance have access to comprehensive services. Along with community based one to one mentoring with a community volunteer, youth also engage in life skill learning and activities and community service opportunities.
Our taxi service operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. We are constantly working to ensure that our drivers have the finest tools available in order to provide the best and most punctual service possible. We also offer service to the disabled community and the elderly in partnership with city paratransit services, Medicaid and other entities in the healthcare field. Denver Yellow Cab has the largest mobility Fleet in Denver with 30 wheelchair accessible vans.
Daniel Hudson is the owner, founder, and President of YAO Company and Clinic in Denver, CO. As a professional practitioner in Chinese medicine, he has specialized both in Chinese herbal pharmacology with applied treatment of acupuncture in addition to female obstetric and gynecological issues. Daniel has been in practice for over 20 years in the Washington Park neighborhood of Denver, CO. He received his doctoral degree in Chinese Medicine at Five Branches University with his thesis and defense setting the bar according to the panel to which it was presented for those following in his footsteps.
I assist clients either just entering the health care system for the first time or those that have been working with the illness (s) and would like a another set of eyes and ears to advocate for them in their journey. Many of my clients have no other support people close or just want to confirm what they are hearing and experiencing and want to have it explained beyond their level of understanding. I go medical appointments, hospital admissions, ER visits, Lab, therapy sessions, etc.
During a diagnosis the most important information is what comes after the words, "you have ......." . However, we find in our profession this is when we should be listening and asking the most questions and clarifying everything said. However, this is also the time we tend to shut down and don't hear anything else. A good advocate takes notes, asks the right questions, discusses long term plans, and follows up on next steps to ensure our clients get the best medical care they deserve. We simply advocate for our clients like they would want to be advocated for, but can't.
SP, PT, OT
- Contact Name
- Rick Korf
1000 W 8th AveYuma, CO 80759
- (970) 848-5405