Eight years ago, the Smithsonian piloted Morning at the Museum, a free weekend morning program for young people on the autism spectrum, ages 5-12. That first year, there
When New Jersey mom Suzanne Simon’s son Koray was 8 years old, he wandered unnoticed from the American Museum of Natural History onto the streets of Manhattan. Desp
One of the most stressful experiences many parents or guardians of children coping with special needs face is going to a meeting about their child’s Individualized
“Why do you talk like that?” I heard the question come from behind me as I helped another child in the Sunday school class. “It’s just the way I a
Baseball is the air Taylor Duncan breathes. It’s the unpredictability and fast pace that has kept him stuck like glue to the sport since his earliest years, either
All families rejoice and see the next hot stop for children to be all-inclusive and to expand their imaginations. Montgomery Village’s new playground at the Apple R
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