Friday, December 27, 2019

Santa will lay on the floor

For some parents, especially those who have children with special needs, a routine tradition like visiting Santa can be difficult. That's why "Autism Speaks" is hosting "Santa Cares" events at malls across America, where kids with special needs can visit St. Nick in a less frenetic setting.

On "Santa Cares" days, the malls open early to help facilitate a smaller crowd. The music plays a little softer, and the lights are turned a little lower. Santa is trained to work with children with special needs. Often he'll stand behind his chair, or lay on the floor to make sure a child is comfortable. This creates a much for enjoyable experience for kids who need it.

No comments:

Post a Comment