Wellness


Kelly Campbell, director of rehab, left, leads Sandy Diskin, Alice Killin, and Ruth Updike during a barre class on Thursday Feb. 02, 2017 at Chelsea Place.
Photo by Gabriel Christus/Aurora Sentinel

‘I see a huge difference in Sandy, and part of that is the physical excerice, of course … but part of it is the light in her eyes,’ said Jenni Dill, life engagement director at Chelsea Place. “’This doesn’t just happen at 10:30 (a.m.), this is Sandy dying her hair blonde on Monday and then getting it curled this morning and then picking out the perfect headband … it’s all of these things, and for her, it’s just so great for her mood.’


FILE- In this Oct. 4, 2016, file photo, farmworkers remove stems and leaves from newly-harvested marijuana plants, at Los Suenos Farms, America's largest legal open air marijuana farm, in Avondale, southern Colo. A bill headed to the state Senate would make PTSD the 10th ailment eligible for medical pot in Colorado. Passage would make Colorado the 20th state to allow doctors to recommend pot for PTSD. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley, File)

‘Medical obviously comes at a lesser price, and needing it medicinally, we need a lot more than a regular person would,’ said Ashley Weber, 32, a Longmont native who uses marijuana to treat chronic pain and PTSD from a car accident that left her in wheelchair.