Toledo Children’s Hospital found the coloring book to be a therapeutic benefit to the parents of children at the hospital, as well as their adolescent patients.
A mother’s devotion to the success of her child is a motivational force that is nearly impossible to stop. With that motivation, Adrianne Kolasinski created Visual Impairment Family Association & Support as a way to bring awareness and resources to Toledo for her son and others in the blind and visually impaired community. Bringing a
The Thanksgiving Day leftovers are finally finished and it’s time to decorate the tree, buy presents, and send holiday cards. This time of the year can be busy, but don’t let that block you from enjoying the season. Toledo has all you need to get in the holiday spirit! December 1-January 1 North Pole Express Fri-Sat
One source of great satisfaction is knowing that you have made a difference in the life of another. For Virginia Ulch, this fulfillment has come in a variety of ways. Providing a guiding light “I tend to lean towards being a helper, and I love kids,” explained Ulch, describing her enjoyment for the field of
Building a sense of togetherness and having a feeling of belonging are very important parts of our world. Whether that togetherness is created in a classroom, at a sporting event, or even at a coffee shop with a friend, the idea that you belong can be empowering. This sense of empowerment is a major part
Dancer, swimmer, employee, homecoming queen, high school graduate and youth leader are just a few of the many titles that describe Bethany Wissler. Bethany is also a scholarship recipient and college student with Down Syndrome, and she lets nothing stop her from accomplishing her goals. Keeping Busy After becoming Whitmer’s 2013 Homecoming Queen and graduating