Wiggle Room – Learning With Exceptionalities

January 1, 2022 By: Kimberly A. Bradley, MS, LOTR As this time of year approaches, many families are anxiously awaiting acceptance letters to private schools, hoping for a lucky lottery number to be pulled fo...

Letter from the Editor – April 2021

April 1, 2021  I’ve been watching spring evolve from my kitchen window, as I do every year. The enormous sycamore tree that’s taller than our 3-story house is budding and more bright chartreuse-green leaves ...

Wiggle Room – Autism Spectrum Disorder

April 1, 2021 How to recognize the signs and early intervention  The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Autism and Developmental Disabilities Monitoring (ADDM) Network began tracking the prevalence of Autism S...

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood Adds a New Character

March 30, 2021 Meet Max, Teacher Harriet's nephew with Autism, who visits the Neighborhood of Make-Believe There's a new kid on the block! On April 5, Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood will welcome a new character...

Temple Grandin’s 7 Tips to Help Kids With ASD Cope

April 6, 2020 We're all adjusting to the new normal of self-isolation, but adapting could be easier said than done for families of children with autism spectrum disorder. For National Autism Awareness Month, ...

Point of Burnout: Finding Your Tribe

March 30, 2020 “... there is almost a period of grieving that has to happen.” A child diagnosed with a disability is stressful, but what about what comes after? Single mom Brandi Liberty stays busy juggling ...