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Occupational Therapists Gets High Five

Occupational Therapists Gets High Five

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(KSL News) An occupational therapist received this morning's High 5 for some volunteer work she's done for women who are cancer victims and cancer survivors.

Liz O'Leary nominated her exercise instructor, Liz Wolfe, saying, "I nominated you because of the class, the exercise class, and all you've done with that to help us to get better, and to help us deal with our cancer, how you've helped make us laugh."

Liz Wolfe said, "I cannot believe this. I just got into it to help women recover after their surgery, and it's been very rewarding for me to get to see these women recover both physically and emotionally."

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