The room is filled with bright colors from floor to ceiling. There are stations for children to play with blocks, entertain themselves at the computer or even jump onto beanbag chairs if they want. The ceiling is ablaze with streamers and hot air balloons made out of paper. For a child, it seems like a wonderland. For parents, it’s a place of safety and comfort.
It has been a year since Lisa Nally-Martin announced the opening of the Working the Puzzle for Autism, Inc. Autism Center in Lebanon, and the outcome has exceeded her expectations.