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The 5 Things That Kept Your Child Awake Last Night

Being Prepared for Sleep Disruptions

Too Many Tantrums: Could be Childhood Anxiety

Kids Toys and Gender Stereotypes

I'm a Tulsa Kid: Ben McCullough

Tulsa Family Profile: One Little Boy’s Struggle with Congenital Heart Defects

3-Year-Old BFFs

Tips for Preparing for Multiples

Common Fears for Babies and Toddlers

While children’s fears can sometimes seem humorous, parents need to take them seriously. Find out how you can alleviate your child’s fears.

Parents of Children with Special Needs Pave Their Own Road

Children with special needs require unique care, therapy and often equipment, which can create stress for their parents. Yet, as TU Psychology Professor Judy Berry says, “I don’t think it’s all that different from a child without disabilities. You want them to be safe, healthy and happy.” Find out how parents of children with special needs are finding resources, support and creating their own paths for their children.

Nurturing Your Preschooler’s Language Development

When Is Occupational Therapy Recommended For A Child?