Pediatric therapy center hosts Easter egg hunt

BENTONVILLE, Ark. (KNWA/KFTA) — The Unbridled Pediatric Therapy Center in Bentonville hosted an Easter egg hunt for its clients and families.

The annual egg hunt was made accessible to guests in wheelchairs and featured egg trading stations for children with food allergies.

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Emily Barber, a therapist with No-Limits Pediatric Therapies, says there are so many opportunities for children of different mobility to hunt for eggs.

“We are very excited about that position. That includes all of our families, all of our customers, and allows them to just have a good time here at Unbridled,” Barber said.

For parents of children with autism, there were sensory trays and Easter crafts for the kids to enjoy.

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