Schools are reopening, and going back to in-person learning has both advantages and challenges. Julie Mower shares her thoughts and tips on the return to in-person learning.
Fast forward to 23 minutes in to see the report on Fynn with Lauren Martini!
For children with disabilities, especially those with a diagnosis of autism, animal-assisted therapy (AAT) has become increasingly popular. Why? Because it’s often easier for kids on the spectrum to relate to animals than other people. For the entire article, check out this post on NJ Education Report.
NJNN’s Kimberly Kravitz covers Autism Awareness Month with an on-air TV interview featuring Julie Mower: https://www.newjerseynewsnetwork.com/clip/15208270/autism-awareness-month-with-kimberly-kravitz
Read our own Julie Mower’s opinion piece publish on NJ Education Report: