Share A Vision is a Mentor-based charitable organization on a mission to enrich the lives of children and young adults with autism and special needs.
Gabe Feinberg was inspired by his volunteer experiences and by his friend Jack (who has autism) to write a book on the topic for his sixth grade “Passion Project.”
This year's honorees include two inspiring young patients who demonstrated incredible resilience while facing medical adversity.
If the headache of finding a good sitter keeps you from getting out more often, maybe your family could benefit from one of these four types of babysitting exchanges.
Mentor Heisley Racquet & Fitness Club makes fitness fun for children and adults through sports, swimming, aerobics and yoga classes matched with personal training and positive staff support.
Teaching kids to apologize with sincerity helps them learn lessons in empathy, nurturing and forgiveness. Here are some tips to help your child learn to make meaningful apologies.
The WIC program is available to pregnant women with low to moderate incomes and includes women who have recently delivered, breastfeeding women, infants, and children up to age 5.
Liam Piotrowski from Eastlake plays the bass drum in Cleveland’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade, despite his physical and cognitive limitations.
BBBS has an in-depth matching process and orientation to make sure it’s the right fit. They also have match specialists who check in frequently to help with concerns and offer guidance.
Participation supports the Zoo's initiative to end illegal wildlife trade, a main threat to Eastern black rhino conservation. Voting open through March 1.