Liz Cole was recently selected to receive the NRRTS Distinguished Service Award. The award is one of the highest honors NRRTS presents and recognizes those exceptional individuals for their outstanding contributions to the CRT community.
Award recipients have gone above and beyond to promote, protect and advance CRT and the mission of NRRTS.
Some of the requirements are passion, commitment, integrity and an unwavering ethical compass.
The recipient of this award has spent a lifetime exhibiting all of these qualities with grace, dignity and good humor.
Thank you, Liz Cole, for your contribution to the CRT Community.
For Carey Britton, ATP/SMS, CRTS®, it has never been about a job, but serving his customers with the upmost professionalism, always striving to enrich their lives. Carey, an Assistive Technology Professional (ATP) and CRTS®, serves on the NRRTS Board of Directors, the NRRTS Executive Committee and is a member of RESNA, and VGM.
Carey was presented with the NRRTS Distinguished Service Award during the 2019 National CRT Leadership & Advocacy Conference in Washington, D.C. Carey states, “I was humbled to be nominated and to receive an award issued by an organization of my peers…It is one of the highest honor one can receive.”
Carey has been in the CRT profession for more than 25 years and is known to be efficient, caring, and an advocate for the special needs’ community. He is known for mentoring and educating others in the industry.
Carey’s wife Debra speaks proudly about her husband, “Carey has a heart of gold when it comes...
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