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Angela Gartner

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Angela Gartner is the editor at Northeast Ohio Parent Magazine. She previously served as editor for family and general interest magazines in the region. As a journalist, her articles and columns have appeared in newspapers and other publications including The News-Herald, Sun Newspapers as well as the Chicago Tribune. She grew up in Northeast Ohio and is a mom of two boys. The whole family is busy each weekend with sports and finding new happenings around the region. She loves reading books, being a board member at the Cleveland Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists, and taking the family dog, a Scottish Terrier named Jagger, on his walks.

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Education, Arts and More: Lakewood Offers Opportunities for Learning, Cultural Programs

2020 Editions Community Focus June/July 2020 Magazine Things to do

The city of Lakewood is a unique place known for its culture and education. Families who live in the city can take advantage of the public schools, independent schools

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Fireworks Safety for Families

Featured Videos Health Main Parenting
In this video interview, Angela Gartner, editor of Northeast Ohio Parent magazine, talks to Heather Trnka, Injury Prevention Coalition supervisor at Akron Children's Hospital, about fireworks safety for families during the Fourth of July holiday weekend. ...
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Helping Teens Find Ways to Connect This Summer

2020 Editions June/July 2020 Magazine Parenting Teens
Now that school is over — and despite the recent reopening of businesses in the state — typical summer hotspots will be limited. Parents need to help their tweens and teens transition into this new summer break routine — one that doesn’t include self-isolating in their room. ...
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Akron Children’s Hospital Shares Summer Safety Tips for Families

Featured Videos Health Main Parenting Parenting Through the Pandemic
Northeast Ohio Parent sat down with Akron Children's Hospital to talk about summer safety issues for kids and families, including the impact caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Watch this video interview to help prepare your kids for a fun — and safe — summer. ...
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Telehealth: the New Home Doctor Visit

2020 Editions Health Magazine May 2020
Using telehealth, doctors can provide their patients a health portal from a smart device where they can assess health conditions, provide therapy and more. This type of home treatment is rapidly on the uptick. With the outbreak of COVID-19, it became increasingly clear that telehealth could be used instead of the typical face-to-face appointment.  ...
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Foster Care Families Find New Ways to get Information, Support During COVID-19

2020 Editions Featured Magazine May 2020 Parenting Parenting Through the Pandemic
The COVID-19 outbreak has caused many to cancel their plans or change projects. However, one thing that doesn’t have to be put off is becoming a foster care parent. The pandemic has necessitated adjustments, as agencies provide virtual group meetings and training. ...
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Families are Going on Teddy Bear Hunts in Their Neighborhoods

Parenting Parenting Through the Pandemic Things to do
A movement taking place across the U.S. has participants put teddy bears (or other stuffed animals) in windows that can be visible from the sidewalk or roadway. Kids and parents can safely play this scavenger hunt game of finding or counting stuffed animals they see by taking a drive or walk around the neighborhood. ...
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Spring at Home: Seasonal Activities to do With Your Family

2020 Editions April 2020 Magazine Parenting Things to do
The sun is shining, tulips have sprouted and the warm breezes of spring are here. The winter has been a whirlwind of stresses with twists and turns, but with the new season upon us, it’s a great time to get inspired — and maybe find new ways to entertain or teach the kids at home. ...
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Area Resources, At-Home Learning, Outdoor Activities and More

Featured Parenting Parenting Through the Pandemic Things to do
For next three weeks, people around the U.S. will be staying close to home due to government and public response to coronavirus (COVID-19). In Ohio, with schools closed and also many businesses, families will be looking for at-home learning and activities. There are many organizations during this shutdown that are still offering resources. ...
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Community Focus: Spend a Day in Beachwood

2020 Editions Community Focus Magazine March 2020

While the interstates make it easy to travel around Northeast Ohio, the cityscapes in the east, south and west are uniquely different no matter where you go. The city

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