The April issue of Columbus Parent starts hitting the streets today and once again our theme is Special Needs.

The April issue of Columbus Parent starts hitting the streets today and once again our theme is Special Needs. We have all kinds of content devoted to topics that can help families whose children have special medical and/or developmental needs. Whether it's a toy lending library at OSU's Nisonger Center or a handicapped accessible tour at The Ohio Caverns, a Go-To Guide about safe eating out for those with food allergies or adaptive clothing made locally, we've found some really interesting stories out there for you!

And here's another hot tip: Wings to Fly Playspace and Activity Center. It's a new playspace that just opened last month in Westerville for kids with special needs and their caregivers.

Located at 647-G Park Meadow Road in Westerville, the space provides a safe and enriching environment for children, along with classes in music, art and movement; supervised open playtime; respite care; private playgroups; summer camps; and birthday parties.

For more information, call 1-888-95-WINGS or visit their website at http://www.wingstofly.org/playspace/.