A Santa For Autistic Children

Minnesota mall Santa takes part in event catered to kids with autism.
1:35 | 12/05/11

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Hanging Christmas it's a big moment for any child to a cement -- can to what you want for Christmas seven year old -- -- scenes -- It's a moment her -- never thought she'd have to think -- is next. After an -- and so she could ever get to this epic piece sit there waiting -- and there are no lines here. -- time limit saying -- -- you north Towne mall is closed. The lights and music set low for children with autism they like a nice calming atmosphere. And that's what we tried to give them with a. Santa is sensitive to -- these kids can -- enter government touched. Or commit a sudden noises he -- the kids called the shop. -- -- while photographers captured the shots. That bring moms to tunes you'll have things you referred to -- clear priority and so my home. It's different this -- to be able -- so have these experiences that you don't have Santa had plenty of business. The Centers for Disease Control says one in 110 children are on the autism spectrum. Unlike any little boy four year old Braden likes anything with wheels -- arms. His wish list now said thank you for coming his mom got something special to you did something today that we had -- -- hoped he could do that he actually did it today thank you were visiting me meetings Santa. Fun for kids can include people who came. And a real gift for parent and Q.

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