Some superheroes recently took a break from saving the world to do more important work: bringing smiles to the faces of little patients at a hospital…
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Workers dressed up as Batman, Captain America, Spiderman and Superman and traded in the days of fighting crime for fighting grime on the hospital’s windows.
As the team, donning superhero costumes, cleaned the hospital’s windows, they also played games with the children. It’s a lot more than washing windows. There are a lot of kiddos who call Blank home throughout the year. … The kids get to see superheroes come right to their window.
Kids can take every little bit of normalcy in the hospital. … They just want to give them a little bit of that normal feeling, of being outside the hospital. And to see one of their favorite people come flying into their very room and give them that big smile. And the parents of the children said they were incredibly thankful.
“To see a familiar face of a superhero kind of puts them at ease a little bit so they can stress less,” parents said.”I know the children who come here or are staying here might not be having a great day.
Just a little smile, something to brighten their day up is great. It makes us feel good and I’m sure it makes them feel wonderful,” said Superman.
It’s not the first time superheroes have scaled the building for a little spring cleaning.”It’s something they’ll remember for a long time,” Hetrick said.
Watching a window washer clean the windows outside your hospital room while dangling high above the ground would probably be a bit of a pick-me-up for any sick child. But when the window washer is also a superhero, well, that’s even better.
Having the superhero window washers to Children’s Hospital was an amazing opportunity, the children and families just lit up when they saw the superheroes hanging outside their windows.
Having your child hospitalized is never a fun experience, but events like this can really take a stressful situation and make it a great memory for the family.
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