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LifeROOTS Seeks Daily Triumphs

Posted: Wednesday, August 17, 2011 12:00 am As Posted on RRObserver.com By BRAD BUCK Observer managing editor Ten years ago, Kathleen Cates looked everywhere for ways to help her newborn daughter, Emma, who came into this world with a paralyzed arm. She didn’t like the answers she got from doctors and others in the health-care profession. […]


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LifeROOTS featured in The Sunday Journal

LifeROOTS is honored to have been featured in The Sunday Journal highlighting our LifeWORKS Business and Contract Services division and former client and Kirtland Air Force Base Switchboard Operations Supervisor Gloria Silva. Written by Richard Metcalf and published by the Albuquerque Journal.If you have are having trouble reading this article, click here to download PDF […]


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The Importance of Early Intervention

The Importance of Early Intervention as published in the quarterly FCM Communicator by the Department of Family & Community Medicine. Every parent desires only the best for their child. Parents learn early on that they are their child’s best protector. New and experienced parents will investigate and research the best resources for their children. If […]


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RCI, INC. LAUNCHES NEW ORGANIZATION NAME AND LOGO

RCI, Inc., the community-based organization serving the needs of children and adults with physical, developmental and/or behavioral challenges, has long offered the solid “roots” that have helped so many individuals throughout the community enhance their quality of life.  Now, the organization has unveiled a powerful new name and logo that not only signifies the important […]


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What Makes This Woman Amazing?

She is amazing because she won a prize at the State Fair for a sculpture of a girl in a wheelchair. She made a gold-ribbon quilt for the State Fair. She has gold-medaled in several sports in the Special Olympics. She acquired a job at the Dollar Tree, initially working one day a week with job […]


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A Mother’s Words

“My son was diagnosed with Osteogenesis Imperfecta after a break in his pelvic bone at the age of 10 months.  A diagnosis took about 5 months and then I requested pool therapy.  My contact at the Family Infant Toddler (FIT) program in Sandoval County recommended that I contact LifeROOTS.  The pool therapist contacted me right […]


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