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The North Carolina Arboretum, a 434-acre botanical garden, features 10 miles of hiking trails and a variety of garden settings.
Iconic athlete Kathrine Switzer on taking risks, running and helping kids dream big
Get your life in order with these helpful apps.
Local companies are answering the call for help around the house.
Expert Dr. Gary Mesibov answers questions parents want to ask.
Tips to choose the best location for your child's success.
Local churches and schools make sure kids with special needs don't miss out on fun traditions.
After having a great time at a roller skating birthday party, our family started to make it a regular Friday night activity.
A great reminder to give positive notes and praise to the people around us.
Johnston YMCA hosts a new swim team for the Special Olympics.
The NC Transportation Museum is just a short drive from Charlotte and is a great family-friendly location.
Recommendations for prevention and treatment, and practical tips on how to get rest and stay sane.
Charlotte's Gold Line Trolley is wheelchair accessible and a great way to get to the sights in Uptown Charlotte.
While you run around shopping for friends and family, remember the teachers and assistants who work with your child every day. Here are 5 ways to show your appreciation.
Last January, I declared 2015, The Year of the No. Here are 4 things I learned.
If you owned a boat, what would you name it? What would you do if you could make time stand still? Find out how you can get the daily Q4KIDZ question sent to you.
In 2013, I started the process to add an accessible bathroom to our house. It took a long time, but I learned a lot along the way.
There is no easy way to deal with sleep issues in children with special needs. Here are a few ways to keep calm and maintain sanity.
Organization and filing tips for parents of children with special needs.
Learn more about a mystery book for kids written by local mom, Annie Beth Donahue.
Choosing how to advocate for your child means being aware of the emotions both you and others may be dealing with.
Trust your instincts when making decisions about school placement for your child
Tips to ensure a healthy parent-therapist connection that sets your child with special needs up for success