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Occupational Therapists to Women's Luxury Camp

Busy week coming up.  Thursday, March 4, I am honored to be one of the presenters for the Pre-Conference Institute for Dr. Lucy Miller’s Sensory Processing Disorder Foundation Symposium in Denver.   A book signing on March 5 at 5:30PM will include: Dr. Lucy Miller (Founder and Executive Director, SPD Foundation and the STAR Center; […]

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Camp in the Winter!

Its time for Camp…luxury camp!  What a perfect time, in the middle of winter. CampExperience presents The 5th Annual MiniCamp The Art of Visioning See It * Be It! Saturday, March 6th, 8:30 am – 9:00 pm at the beautiful Ritz-Carlton, Denver, 1881 Curtis St. Enjoy a full day of educational keynote speakers, networking activities, […]

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From Dr. Dom Maino-Avatar

MainoMemos Blogger Quoted in Chicago Sun Times – way to go Dom!! Chicago Sun Times columnist Mark Brown’s January 20th’s column title was: “Don’t be startled if ‘Avatar’ makes you nauseated- 3-D effects could leave you feeling like you ate a bad oyster” . ICO faculty Drs. Kelly Frantz and Dominick Maino and SUNY faculty […]

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Press Release: Avatar 3-D Movie May Make You Sick

For Immediate Release January 19, 2010 Contact: Lynn F. Hellerstein, O.D., FCOVD, FAAO Developmental Optometrist Hellerstein & Brenner Vision Center, PC 303-850-9499 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Avatar 3-D Movie May Make You Sick College of Optometrists in Vision Development offers advice for those having trouble with seeing in 3-D Centennial, CO – With Avatar […]

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Avatar – "3-D or Not?"

In just seventeen days the groundbreaking 3D movie, “Avatar” has grossed over a billion dollars worldwide. It seems as though James Cameron’s vision has inspired millions to venture into the theater and don the infamous 3D glasses necessary to appreciate the amazing affects and touching story centered on the futuristic planet known as Pandora. Ironically, […]

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Godiva returns

In a Nov 2009 blog entry (archived), I shared the beautiful story of our Godiva visit in Manhatten near Rockefeller Center.  I was just back to NYC again for a family wedding.  Jerry, my brother, and I visited the Godiva store again and saw Jolanda, our favorite Godiva salesperson.  She recognized us, hugged and gave us a […]

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The Godiva Gift

Here is a beautiful note from Sariel, my brother-in-law, recalling a touching situation we experienced together in NYC. We were walking through NYC,  my sister-in- law Lynn,  my life partner Jerry and myself,  when we  saw a Godiva store… So we decided to go in .  “Maybe we can get a chocolate there??? Laughingly, I asked the lady […]

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Branch Rickey Awards

The Branch Rickey Award, honoring major League Baseball’s Humanitairans Who Personify “Service above Self” was held in Denver on November 14. Torri Hunter, All-Star centerfielder from the Los Angeles Angels was honored. A Denver Rotary Club Foundation program, this benefits the Denver Kids, Inc., a preventive counseling and mentoring program for at-risk students in Denver Public Schools.  To […]

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A recipe for professional speaking and life – NSA CO

A beautiful tribute for Cavett Robert – The Founder of NSA (National Speaker Association), was given at the the National Speaker Association (NSA) – Colorado  monthly meeting Here’s an excerpt from his teachings: A recipe for professional speaking and life 1 heaping tablespoon of your talents and passions 1 dash of your expertise 6 tablespoons […]

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