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Kindervelt in the 70’s from the Perspective of Someone Who Lived It.

by Nancy Groves-VanBuskirk #29 I joined the Forest Park #6 Kindervelt group in 1973. A few of my neighbors had…

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A Look Back – Kindervelt’s First Decade

-by Claire Kupferle #3 The year 1971 was significant for a variety of reasons. The voting age was lowered from…

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Screening for Social Needs: Addressing More than Health Conditions

By: Danielle Maholtz, DO, FAAP and Carley Riley, MD, MPP, MHS, FAAP A movement is underway in medicine to provide…

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President’s Message – March 2021

Only 19 more days until Spring, not that I’m counting or anything! Spirits are already lifting knowing the gray, dreary days…

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Kindervelt Krafts – $34,225.86 !!!

Kindervelt Krafts is proud to announce their final total for 2020 - $34,225.86!!! This is such an awesome number in spite…

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February 2021 Newsletter

Click here to read the February 2021 Newsletter

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President’s Message – February 2021

Recently I was informed of the sad news that Janet Davis, one of our founding members, had passed away. I…

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Managing Anxiety in Early Childhood

By Kyle Caldwell, M.Ed., LPCC-S Believe it or not, anxiety is relatively common in early childhood.  According to the Anxiety and…

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Deck of 52 Gift Cards Raffle

  Gift Card Assortment ranges from $50 - $10 from Target, Best Brew, Izzy's, Tela, O'Charleys, Outback Steakhouse, Whole Foods,…

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Coping with Grief

By Tara Dale, LISW-S Happy New Year and hello, 2021! 2020 was a challenging year for all of us but…

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President’s Message – January 2021

In 1971 a gallon of gas cost 40 cents, a United States postage stamp cost 8 cents, Richard Nixon was…

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Kindervelt’s 50th Jubilee – Celebrating 50 Years of Making a Difference

In 1971 Cincinnati Children's Development Director, Willard Baily enlisted the help of board member Barbara Robinson to form an auxiliary…

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