Dr. Jo, as she's affectionately called, is not only the founder of AIM for the Handicapped and author of Adventures In Movement, she is the glue that holds AIM together. Working 18 hours a day is the norm for this energetic lady who never tires and always has time for one of the AIM kids, their parents, her staff or anyone needing her. Whether she's talking one to one or speaking to thousands, she is always fun and interesting. She is an outstanding speaker who holds her audience mesmerized and is constantly in demand.
Dr. Jo is loved and admired by all who know her and she has received numerous honors and awards for her dedicated efforts in working with the disabled. One of her most cherished is the Alpha Delta Kappa International Woman of Distinction Award. She shares this honor with Pearl Buck, Shirley Temple Black, Dale Evans Rogers, Indira Gandhi and other outstanding women.
Ask the opinion of anyone who knows this dynamo, what they think of Dr. Jo and you'll receive a variety of answers. Joe Morgan: "This is one great lady that you can never say no to."
A parent: "If it were not for Dr. Jo and AIM, our child would not be here with us today. She saved all our lives." A colleague: "Dr. Jo is one of those rare individuals who loves what she does and is the best at it". Nancy Lopez: "I'll always be thankful that God brought Jo Geiger and AIM into by life."
She has given her life to AIM for the Handicapped and thousands of children they've served. You'll never be the same after you meet and get to know Dr. Jo Geiger.