Becki Stephens was a wonderful human being, and a stellar OTP. She had a tremendous effect on many of us and our field. Each year, one individual will be awarded this honor in her memory.
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Kim has a passion for the occupational therapy profession as well as serving others. She is patient and communicative with those she serves seeking to help them meet their goals in a timely manner. Kim has devoted numerous hours to advancing her education by completing the AOTA pediatric board certification requirements, co-developing and presenting research to better serve her clients and advance the profession, and serving as the RA representative for IOTA.
I am nominating George Hage for the Becki Stevens Excellence in OT Award.
George Hage has practiced for over 40 years as an OT and shown the highest level of integrity as a practitioner. Even in retirement he is working with one of his beloved programs, The Free Wheelchair Mission to ensure everyone can be lifted off the ground. Words that describe George as an excellent practitioner and human being: Compassion, Integrity, Loving, Humorous, Skilled in his field of practice, Kind, Giving, Supportive of co-workers (even in retirement), Spiritual, Creative