All posts by Kimberly Feldkamp

Resource Center Opens at Notre Dame Academy

The Dr. Suzanne Openlander ‘53 Resource Center is now open at Notre Dame Academy. The new Resource Center has been transformed into a space where students can come together to discover information in a traditional way, use technology to find answers online and explore STEM in a makerspace. Dr. Openlander, who spent her career as

Wolf + Friends App Helps Parents with Special Needs Kids

Two moms teamed up to create Wolf + Friends, a commerce and community app specifically for moms raising children with special needs. The app is designed for moms to connect with like-minded women in their neighborhoods who are also raising children with special needs such as autism, anxiety, ADHD, sensory processing issues, developmental delays, mental

Great Lakes Collaborative for Autism Welcomes New Director

There’s a new leader at the Great Lakes Collaborative for Autism. Renee Palacios started as Executive Director in September and is excited to follow her passion of connecting with other parents who have children on the Autism Spectrum. “Taking that first step to have the evaluation done is daunting, overwhelming,” Palacios said. “I feel tremendously

Perrysburg Medical Center Offers 3D Mammography

Moms, always taking care of everyone else, need to make their health a priority, too. Mercy Health, working to make it even easier for women to have the highest quality of screening mammograms, is now offering 3D mammography at Perrysburg Medical Center. 3D mammography uses X-rays to produce images of breast tissue in order to

Coding Classes Offered at Toledo Public Libraries

The Toledo Lucas County Public Library offers a variety of coding classes for children and tweens. The King Road branch offers a Code IT Club, where students in grades 4-9 are invited to go beyond the basics of coding to create video games, program a robot or build a website. Students can learn practical skills