|Numrich retires at Pines|
Occupational therapist not done working with kidsBy Sonia Dionne
Annette Numrich, registered occupational therapist with the Northland Pines School District, retires this month after 26 years of working with students ages three to 21. However, though it may not involve classroom time, Numrich says she will continue to help children one way or another.
Numrich was born and raised near Chicago. While in seventh grade, she decided upon her career as an occupational therapist. Though she isn’t quite sure where the idea came from, deaf and cognitively disabled relatives may have influenced her decision.She earned a degree from UW-Madison and moved to the familiar North Woods
|Tuesday, January 21, 2014 2:16 PM|