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Support Groups In Boulder-denver Area

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Hello,

My wife has celiac disease and we live in Boulder, Colorado. We would love to

find other people in the Boulder/Longmont/Denver area that we can meet with to

discuss the trials and tribulations of celiac disease and gluten free diets. Is there anyone

out there that would like to talk? We could host people at our house if people

would like or we could meet a some public place.

Thanks,

tom satter - or just plain old tom

tsatter@purecode.com

(303) 499-4100

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Hi Tom:

I live in the Littleton (Chatfield area) and would love to meet/talk with you and your wife. I'm 28, diagnosed at 2, rebelled as a teenager and started eating everything I wanted and now back on the gluten-free diet, struggling to stay on it. Too many symptoms, problems to list....all I can say are completely related to Celiac.

corbintlg@hotmail.com

Tammy Garrett

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Tammy,

I just found that there is a chapter of the CSA (Celiac Sprue Association) in Denver.

Their web site is:

CSA - Denver Chapter

(http://www.geocities.com/csadenver17/)

Normally we probably would not drive from Boulder to their meetings as I found that

there is a Boulder sub-group of this chapter that meets occassionally up here. However,

this Saturday (Feb 28, 2004) they are having a guest speaker and we are planning

to go to that meeting to just meet people (a number of people from the Boulder

group are going and we are going to try to carpool with some of them to meet

them also).

Here are the meeting details for Saturday:

Saturday, February 28, 2004

9:30 am Refreshments, 10:00 am Presentation

St. Luke's Methodist Church

8817 South Broadway, Highlands Ranch, CO

(4 blocks south of C-470, west side of Broadway)

If you can make it Saturday, we would love to meet you. I will be wearing shorts

and will have our four year old daughter with me. If you can't make that time and

would still like to meet up with us specifically, let me know and we can arrange

something else.

tom

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We live in Boulder. My two sons and I have been fairly recently diagnosed. I am planning on attending the meeting in Highlands Ranch on Sat-the 28th, unless we have another rough night tonight :( . My 3 kids and my husband have all been sick with a nasty virus. My two boys and I are fine now, so we will just come probably, although I would love for my husband to come too.

I will be the very tired looking mom with two 7 yr old red headed boys, and maybe my 7 yr old daughter also.

I know this is a long shot, but anyone else out there in the Denver/Boulder metro areas with triplets also ?

I would love to get together with others in the North metro area, and have been thinking about starting a pot luck group with a few friends who are pretty new to the whole gluten free experience :rolleyes:

Lorraine

clwild1@comcast.net

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Tom

PF Changs at Flatirons Crossing has a gluten free menu ! My kids and I were SO excited to find that out. That might be a good place to meet some time. My family will be attending the meeting today in Highlands Ranch, maybe we will meet you there.

Lorraine

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Lorraine,

We ended up not being able to make it to the Highlands Ranch

meeting. However, we would love to meet you all. We have

a four year old daughter and my 8 and 10 year old nephews

live just down the street. We live in South Boulder just

behind the King Soopers at Table Mesa and Broadway.

Please send me an e-mail or give us a call so that we can

set up a time and place for our families to get together.

We usually eat at Souper Salad on Sundays and would it would

be great if you all could meet us there sometime.

tom

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tsatter@purecode.com

(303) 499-4100 (work)

(303) 543-7623 (home)

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Hi Tom,

I am 39 years old and was just diagnosed 3 months ago with Celiacs and I am moving to Fort Collins CO.

I am excited to see that there are support groups out there.

Hello,

My wife has celiac disease and we live in Boulder, Colorado. We would love to

find other people in the Boulder/Longmont/Denver area that we can meet with to

discuss the trials and tribulations of celiac disease and gluten free diets. Is there anyone

out there that would like to talk? We could host people at our house if people

would like or we could meet a some public place.

Thanks,

tom satter - or just plain old tom

tsatter@purecode.com

(303) 499-4100

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I picked this flyer up at Deby's Gluten Free Bakery and Cafe in Denver,

(I hope it's ok to post it and pass the info on?) :unsure:

_____________________________________________________________________________

Introduction To the gluten-free Diet and Celiac Disease, presented by Diane Moyer, M.S., R.D., C.D.E

Have you been told to follow a gluten-free diet? Maybe you were diagnosed with celiac disease or wish to try it for MS, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Lupus, autism, chronic fatigue or some other health issue. Do all these changes seem confusing or overwhelming?

Start to make sense out of all this chaos with this 2 1/2 hour class. An introduction to the gluten-free diet and a basic explanation of celiac disease will be presented. "Safe" foods, "unsafe" foods, what to look for on food labels, how to stock your kitchen, eating out and more will be discussed. Bring all your questions.

Cost for the class is $40.00. The fee includes a copy of the gluten-free Products List published by the Denver Metro Chapter of CSA-USA.

Call 720-560-3734 for dates and times of classes.

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I live in Fort Collins and attend a support group every other month. It took me awhile to be happy with it (long story). I think the group is through the CSA? It is the "celiacs helping celiacs" people :) I just realized I missed the July meeting :angry: The next meeting will be in September.

Hez

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Does anyone know of a support group in Boulder? Just moved here from Seattle, and diagnosed 6 months.

Rachael

Hi Rachel,

There is a Boulder-Longmont Support group. I don't think they have a website, but you can contact them at boulderglutenfree@comcast.net

Holly

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