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22 TUESDAY, APRIL 30- THURSDAY, MAY 2, 2013 HEALTH & FITNESS cape Gazette MERRILL LYNCH HONORS ONE OF ITS OWN AT WALK visit #kennythekidneybean on instagram Walk SUBMITTED PHOTOS MEMBERS OF THE MCCH GROUP of financial advisors from the Merrill Lynch Rehoboth Beach office, together with spouses and extended family and friends, walked April 14 in honor of one of their own as part of the National Kid- ney Walk. The walk, held at Cape Henlopen State Park in Lewes, raised funds for Eric Moore, a member of the MCCH Group who is awaiting a kidney transplant. Other members of the group include Bruce Chilcoat, Steve Cooper and Trey Hastings. Shown.(I-r) are Brent Cooper, Steve Cooper, Merrill Moore, Pat Moore, Ronald Moore, Eric Moore, Glenn Mahaffey, Lauren Mahaffey, Rita Mahaffey, Blake Wilkerson, Casey Hastings, Trey Hastings and Reagan Hastings. 's Kelly Ri hardson named to Board of pational Therapy Practice Delaware Gov. lack Markell has appointed Kelly Richardson, COTA, a certified occupational therapy assistant at Beebe Medi- cal Center, to serve a three-year term on the State Board of Occu- pational Therapy Practice. Richardson is the second Bee- be Medical Center team member to serve on the present board. Occupational Therapist Wendy Mears, OTR/L, serves as board chair. The board regulates the prac- tice of occupational therapy sionals in the discipline. Richard- son has been a member of the Beebe Re- habilitation Services team since 2005. She works Kelly Richardson with hospital- ized patients as well as outpatients and those who are served by Beebe Home Health. services throughout the state--__ Richardson earned her as- It formulates the rules and reg- sociate's degree in science from ulations regarding education, Beaker College in Worcester, training and experience require- Mass., in 1988. She has been a ments, and the granting and practicing occupationaltherapist renewing of licenses for profes- assistant for 25 years, She has worked with adult and pediatric patients with developmental disabilities, and orthopedic and neurological needs. She holds specialty certificates in serial casting for spasticity and wheel- chair seating. She earned the President's Award from the Del- aware Occupational Therapy Association when she served as vice president. "We congratulate Kelly and thank her for promoting excel- lence in occupational therapy across our state," says Graham Robbins, PT, director of Re- habilitation Services at Beebe Medical Center. For more information about Beebe Medical Center, go to www.beebemed.org. 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Through SafetyCare's children, pregnant women, par- SafetyCare, call 800-483-0888 or technology, these individuals can ents, seniors and individuals go to www.emtwatch.com for a have safety and security at home, with disabilities. In order to par- free brochure. Walking for Eric Moore on April 14 were (l-r) Brent Cooper, Steve Cooper, Erin Ricker with Moxie, Kyle Ricker, Jamie Gamuciello, P aula Sellers, Trey Hastings with Reagan, Glenn Mahaffey, Casey Hastings and Rita Mahaffey. 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