By TMoM Team Member Rachel Hoeing

In this week’s Sunday Spotlight:

  • Noble Academy Virtual Open House
  • Taylor Physical Therapy and Wellness
  • Personalized Assistance with AMR College Consulting
  • New TMoM Podcast Episode
  • Free Virtual Training for Teachers, Parents and Guardians


Noble Academy To Host Virtual Community Open House

Noble Academy will hold its annual Community Open House (Virtually) on Thursday, February 11th at 10 am.

If you are interested in learning more about how the school empowers students with ADHD and learning differences in grades 2-12 to pursue their highest potential within a comprehensive, supportive educational environment – then look no further than Noble Academy. Visit to learn more about the school and to register for the virtual open house.

For questions, please contact Christy Avent at 336-282-7044 ext. 4642.


Taylor Physical Therapy and Wellness

What is a pelvic floor physical therapist? What is a women’s health physical therapist? More importantly how can you benefit from seeing one?

A women’s health physical therapist is a specially trained doctor of physical therapy that cares for women during and after pregnancy and beyond! If you have back pain, pelvic pain, leaking, prolapse, or difficulty exercising you should be evaluated by a specialist. During the postpartum period, they can screen for diastasis recti, pelvic floor dysfunction, and prolapse. They help guide women when to safely return to exercise and how to have sexual intercourse (without pain!).

Dr. Katie Taylor is now seeing patients in Winston-Salem. Visit or call at (336) 310-5038 to chat about how they can help you! Follow on social media or


Personalized Assistance with AMR College Consulting

What schools might be good fits for my child? Is taking a foreign language senior year important? When do we know whether to submit scores to test-optional schools? My child has yet to begin the Common Application and doesn’t know what to write his college essay on – help! How do we apply for financial aid and scholarships?

With over 20 years of experience working in education and highly selective college admissions, Arron Marlowe-Rogers has the expertise necessary to help families navigate these questions and the many various complexities of the college admissions process and secondary school experience. As a small, boutique consulting firm, he is committed to providing highly personalized and thoughtful assistance to students and peace of mind to families every step of the way.

Now located above Bobby Boy Bakeshop and The Caviste Wine Shop at 1102 Reynolda Road! Learn more at or call/email 336-484-1233/


Is 50 the new 30?

Our podcast team had a fun time discussing aging. How does age affect our bodies, our lives, relationships and… obviously… the length and severity of a hangover! Haha! The good news is that it’s not all bad news!

Tune in to our latest episode recorded at Maddie Cakes Bakery in Bermuda Run by clicking here.

Our podcast team brings a unique perspective to parenting, living in the Triad, current events, and just making the most of every day! You can view and listen to all of our previous episodes here. Email with your questions and ideas for future episodes!


Free Virtual Training for Teachers, Parents and Guardians

The pandemic has impacted childcare centers and families all over the country, and Early Childhood educators and providers everywhere are experiencing high levels of stress, fatigue, and burnout. Janet Howard, Director of Bringing Out the Best, says, “Even the best teachers need support once in a while and sometimes feel like they are on an island alone while in their classrooms. This feeling is most likely multiplied by a thousand while teaching during the pandemic.”

To help support teachers and educators, BOB is hosting a free, virtual training on Tuesday, February 23 from 6:30-7:30 p.m.  In this training, EQ vs. IQ: Emotional Intelligence for Teachers and Learners, participants will learn the importance of emotional intelligence and how to teach children strategies that regulate emotions. BOB training sessions are free and available to all, including parents and guardians, and Guilford County professionals can register to earn 1.0 contact hour for each training.

Register and learn more here. To learn more about Bringing Out the Best at UNC Greensboro, click here.


  • Today’s spotlight is sponsored by Noble Academy, Taylor Physical Therapy and Wellness, and AMR College Consulting.