Stanford Center Meets The Caring Bunny


Sensitive Santa is a great start, but children with special needs should get to spend time with their heroes more than once a year. That’s why Caring Bunny is hopping into Stanford Shopping Center this Saturday.

Caring Bunny is a joint program developed by The Noerr Programs and AbilityPath.org. Now in its second year, the event provides children that might not be able to comfortably cope with the lines, bright flashes, crowds and noise that comes along with a mall event a chance to enjoy a heartwarming Easter experience. To avoid those problems, guests of the Caring Bunny arrive before the mall opens. They’ll have a chance to listen to social stories that explain and anticipate the actions involved during their visit. Any remaining wait will be filled with coloring and other activities, and then they’ll be called in one and a time.

“We had an overwhelming response to the launch of Caring Bunny and Caring Santa last year. As a result, we are thrilled to expand this program to 52 malls,” said Sheryl Young, CEO of AbilityPath.org. “Holding the event before the mall opens to the public helps provide a calmer, sensory-friendly environment,” she added.

Disclosure: While The Noerr Programs advertises with Shopping Center Weekly, we don’t give preference to advertiser initiatives in our editorial content.


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