Premature births was a cause adopted as the March of Dimes’ new mission in 2002. With the focus, “to improve the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality,” March of Dimes has helped create the steady decrease in premature birth rates.
Summer is coming fast! It’s time to find the perfect summer camp for your child, and we’re here to help. Check out some of the great local camps that are happening in the Toledo area. There’s something for everyone. Childcare Adventures Early Learning Center 3544 Glendale Ave. | 419-385-5880 | childcareadventures.com June 5th – August 18th
The days are getting longer and the weather is slowly becoming warmer, which means summer break will be here soon. Looking for a fun way to keep your children engaged, entertained, and educated during those months off of school? We’ve compiled our Summer Camp Guide, a list of local camps that are sure to make this
When was the last time you hula hooped? For most of us it was probably back in elementary school. This staple of the American toy industry, around since the 1950s, has the same unchanged simplistic design. Sure the colors might be a little different from when you were a kid, and some light-up or glow-in-the-dark
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