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What are the benefits of messy play? Here are seven lessons your kids are learning from mud pies, piles of Play-Doh and disaster-area play rooms.
For these local moms and dads, nothing beats some time sharing the unique trials, tribulations and triumphs of parenting a child with special needs.
Margaret Beaudoin was born paralyzed on the left side of her body. But her disabilities haven't stopped her from excelling in sports
This Canton day camp gives kids with special needs the chance to experience different camp activities three days per week at Summit on the Park.
Children and adults with disabilities can bolt these to various bicycles to make riding a bike much easier.
Get the lowdown on this essential area of local government – and why you should do a little research this election year before heading to the polls.
New Orleans, or NOLA, offers kids tune-filled fests, flying horses, creepy crawlies and more.
Many young adults don't consider their life insurance needs during their late 20s and early 30s. Find out why this can be a costly mistake.
How toddlers can use these 'tools' to figure out everyday problems – and how parents can encourage them to do so.
A look at preschoolers' unique perception of fairness – and how you can help your child develop a healthy concept of fairness.
In honor of National Letter Writing Month in April, create one of these boxes with your children.
Get the scoop on what's planned for this year's informational baby fairs, sponsored by Beaumont Children's Hospital and happening April 7, 16 and 23, 2016.