"Supernanny" offers home-based therapy to children with special needs

04/15/2009 | Naperville Sun (Ill.), The

Jamie Powers, who has cerebral palsy, is aiding children with autism and other developmental disabilities with the hope of helping them enter mainstream classrooms. "I grew up in therapy programs, so I know how these families feel," she says. "I've been there. So I understand what their children are going through."

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