HSHV offers 'Puppy Pre-school' classes starting June 29; Ypsilanti Mom develops app to help son with autism
From the local humane society offering classes for puppies to an Ypsilanti software developer creating a mobile app for her autistic son, here's a roundup of some of the stories posted on AnnArbor.com’s Community Wall this week:
By: Deb Kern: Puppy Pre-School Class Offered at HSHV
Puppy Pre-school Class offered at the Humane Society of Huron Valley is designed from puppies who are 10 weeks to 6 months old. This class will run 4 weeks in a row on Saturday mornings from 9:00 to 10:00 am.
By: Margaret Ehinger: Local Mother Develops App to Help Son Overcome Autism
Nabeela Jaffer, CEO of Jafferson Software in Ypsilanti, MI, knew she had to help her son when his autism began to interfere with his communication skills... This inspired Jaffer to create My Words, a mobile device app that allows her to create a multi-sensory dictionary for her son.
By: Julie Lubeck-Hofer: Relay For Life Inspires Ann Arbor to Finish the Fight:
By: Sara Maddock: Village of Hickory Pointe Annual 4th of July Parade
By: Carly C: SafeHouse Center Fall 2013 Volunteer Training
By: Marg: Three Family Garage Sale
By: M Brummet, AAUW: AAUW Ann Arbor Begins Book Collections for 61st Annual Used Book Sale
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