Life Page aims to create a “real-time” communication site and app to share communication between home and school for special needs children and young adults. This site will allow posting of comments, reports, pictures, videos, suggestions, etc. to keep all team members joined in one vision.
Problem: Lack of/outdated means of communication between school and home.
Solution: Create the first “real-time” site for the special needs students and their school.
Founder: Donna Snyder
Donna Snyder currently works for the Kentucky Deaf/Blind Project housed at the University of Kentucky. She joined the project in 2006. Prior to that she was a classroom teacher for the hearing impaired in Kenton County and at St. Rita School for the Deaf. She holds a M.Ed. from Gallaudet University in Deaf Education, B.S. from Eastern Kentucky University in Deaf Ed/Elementary Ed., and Montessori Certification ages 3-6. She is working on her Doctorate in Educational Leadership at Northern Kentucky University. Donna is the proud mother of 7 children and nana to her 5 grandchildren.
Co-founder: Kim Zeigler
Kim Zeigler currently works for the Kentucky Deaf/Blind Project housed at the University of Kentucky. Kim has provided parent support on the project since 2003. Her responsibilities include keeping contact with families on the census, making initial home visits, providing valuable information to families about upcoming trainings, directing individuals to services, and a long list of other support services. Kim is the proud mom of 4 children and granny to her 2 grandchildren. She has been the biggest supporter for her twin boys who were both born with varying disabilities. She enjoys traveling throughout the state for her job.