My aim with this blog is to be transparent about the joys and struggles of raising a child with special needs. Sometimes the times when you’re really struggling all of a sudden turn into a memorable moment.
I’m going to try to share some items from the lighter side on Fridays. Here’s one of them…
One of the things that I really enjoy about Florida Hospital for Children is that the staff work to make sure there’s something special for the young patients every day.
Whether it’s a visit from pet therapy or a sports star, they give the children something to look forward to and remember for many years to come.
“Laughter and play is part of the healing process, and we take that seriously,” Florida Hospital for Children Director of Family Experience Traci Woods said. “We have a whole program to make sure every family and patient has a good experience here at Florida Hospital for Children.”
Recently, the hospital staff went around the hospital allowing both adults and children to sing their rendition of the award-winning song “Let it Go” from Disney’s “Frozen.”
The catchy tune served as a way to take patients’ minds off their medical issues so they could have some fun with one of their favorite movies.
The finished product is well worth watching.
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