For third year, RS&H provides a real treat for kids with disabilities
This year, trick-or-treating for five kids will be extra special thanks to local design firm, RS&H, and the Independent Living Resource Center.
The creative collaboration began three years ago when RS&H's Brandon Pourch reached out to the ILRC's Executive Director, Tyler Morris with an idea to make costumes for people using adaptive equipment.
"We constantly look for opportunities to fight the stigma of 'can't', when it comes to disability," says Morris. "This collaboration shows how important it is to celebrate the diversity that makes us each of us unique."