McMains Children’s Developmental Center adapts learning zones for kids with special needs

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McMains Children’s Developmental Center, a nonprofit pediatric therapy clinic that serves children with disabilities, unveiled ten learning zones for children with special needs at Knock Knock Children’s Museum on Thursday.

Photo provided by McMain’s Children’s Development Center
Photo provided by McMain’s Children’s Development Center
Photo provided by McMain’s Children’s Development Center
Photo provided by McMain’s Children’s Development Center
Photo provided by McMain’s Children’s Development Center
Photo provided by McMain’s Children’s Development Center

“This partnership with Knock Knock Children’s Museum now makes it possible for children with special needs to enjoy the museum and play alongside their siblings and friends,” McMains Children’s Developmental Center said in a press release.

The center has been working to make Baton Rouge more inclusive for all children for the last 65 years. Knock Knock Children’s Museum is comprised of hands-on exhibits focusing on child development.

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