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LeadLearnLive Expands Opportunities for Students with Disabilities

Julie Lackey founded the nonprofit after realizing her son, who has Asperger's, would have to leave Oklahoma in order to pursue higher education.

Decoding DACA

Uncertain Immigration Policy Leaves Families Anxious

Six Can't-Miss Seasonal Tulsa Treats

Move over, Pumpkin Spice. Local coffee shops offer a variety of fun winter drinks.

Hot Toys for Every Age

You can't go wrong wrapping any of these toys and tucking them under your tree.

Tips for Dining with Toddlers

Bringing a young child to a restaurant can be tough, but with planning and flexibility, it can be a positive experience.

Teenage Alcohol Poisoning

Teenage alcohol poisoning kills roughly 4,300 young men and women every year in the U.S., according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). My daughter was one of the lucky ones.

Picky Eater Rehab:

Try these three tips if your child is a picky eater.

Green Country Grown-Up: Chris Siemens

Serving the Foster Care Community

Oklahoma Parents Center is Just a Phone Call Away

Oklahoma Parents Center offers free training and information for families with children with disabilities.

Cyanna Holland: Dancer, Actor and Future Skydiver

Local organization Lead Learn Live helps Oklahoma students with special needs achieve their dream of going to college.

Michelle Brasher: Child Whisperer

Brasher owns Kuk Sool Won in Pryor and has achieved particular success teaching martial arts to children with special needs.

DIY Tulsa Costumes

Tulsa Girls Art School Designs Tulsa-Themed DIY Halloween Costumes