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President’s Message – September 2021

It’s welcome back time; our so-called summer hiatus is ending and our second year of fundraising for Critical Care and…

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Suicide and the Importance of Words

By Regina Vogt, LISW-S September is Suicide Awareness Month.  Fortunately, the stigma surrounding suicide and mental illness has decreased over…

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Kindervelt in the 2010’s Embracing Social Media Platform

by Nancy groves VanBuskirk Before I begin my article on the 2010s, I need to acknowledge that Kindervelt was created…

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Kindervelt 2010 to Now

By, Claire Kupferle KV#3 Kindervelt has experienced a rapid rate of change in the past decade, as have many of…

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President’s Message – Summer 2021

Happy Summer!  How refreshing it is to once again be able to enjoy some fun summer activities like my favorites, attending…

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National Minority Mental Health Month

By, Regina Vogt, LISW-S July is National Minority Mental Health month. People belonging to racial and ethnic minority groups are less…

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“Hearts Filled with Hope” Kindervelt in the early 2000’s

by Nancy Groves Van-Buskirk #29 “Hearts Filled with Hope” was the theme of the 2001 KinderKlaus Markt. Sheila Maxwell, 2001…

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A Look Back – Kindervelt in the New Millennium

by Claire Kupferle #3 Moving into the 21st century, the organization faced a shift in the pattern of volunteering, with…

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President’s Message – June 2021

“What a year!” When people use this phrase referring to the COVID-19 pandemic it often has negative undertones; a year…

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From the President -May 2021

Happy May!  As we approach the end of our fiscal year, the first of 4 years supporting the Division of Critical…

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Kindervelt Events in the 1990’s

By Nancy Groves-VanBuskirk #29 This was another amazing decade for Kindervelt. It was a decade in which we had our…

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Blazing a New Trail in Training

Matthew W. Zackoff, MD, MEd Our primary responsibility as clinicians is to care for children. We spend our days working…

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