Today’s public feature was first seen on Good Morning America.
The hospital isn’t always a magical place for children, especially those who have an extended stay. But one group is working to change that.
Fairytale Physical Therapy is made of students, physical therapists and performers who volunteer their time to put on performances of popular fairy tales at children’s hospitals across the country.
What’s magical about Fairytale Physical Therapy is that it combines the magic of theater with physical therapy by having the patients learn choreography.
“The movements that we do in the choreography are therapeutic movements. That means it comes from a physical therapist mindset,” Fairytale Physical Therapy co-founder Jenna Kantor explained.
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