Rapides Hospital to Display Sculpture Made by Special Needs Children

DNASculptureRiver Oaks is presenting a sculpture made by special needs children to the Rapides Women’s and Children’s Hospital. The ceramic and metal piece is six feet tall and represents the DNA double helix.

Spectrum disorders are the main developmental delay in special needs children.

The students are from John Eskew and Pecan Grove. The presentation is Friday afternoon at 1pm at the Women’s and Children’s Hospital.

KLAX ABC 31 News 9/15/15