Cara Koscinski received her Master’s degree in Occupational Therapy in 1997. She is the mother to two sons with autism spectrum and sensory processing disorders. She was one of the founders of Aspire Pediatric Therapy, LLC. Cara currently owns Route2Greatness where she creates, produces, and distributes CDs and products for children with autism and fear of loud noises. The CDs that Cara has created, Sound-Eaze and School-Eaze, are featured in several catalogues for children with special needs.
Cara provides direct therapy, school consultation, IEP advocacy, and continuing education to OTs, teachers, and parents across the United States. Cara enjoys writing articles for special needs publications including Autism Asperger’s Digest; Something Special Magazine; Special Moms; American Partnership for Eosinophilic Disorders; and NEWS-Line. Ms. Koscinski was the recipient of the distinguished Innovative Practice Entrepreneur Award from Duquesne University for her creativity in helping children with special needs. She was named as an “Asperkids Advisor of Awesomeness” and will serve on the 2014 advisory board for AutismAsperger’s Digest Magazine.