B & V Therapro’s 2nd Annual Haunted House was featured on Local10.com.
Haunted house caters to kids with special needs
Hundreds visit Not So Spooky Haunted House
by Janine Stanwood
Published On: Oct 31 2011 | Local10.com
“For a kid on Halloween, a haunted house means a few good scares, the possibility of candy and interacting with friends.
But a child with special needs sees Halloween and haunted houses in a different way. The narrow paths of a spooky labyrinth aren’t very conducive to someone maneuvering in a wheelchair. And strobe lights, to a child who suffers seizures, can be dangerous.
One South Florida pediatric therapy center is changing how kids with physical disabilities, autism and special needs can enjoy Halloween.”
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