LUBBOCK, Texas – An indoor park for kids of all ability levels is being built at McAllister Park off Milwaukee Avenue and Marsha Sharp Freeway.
Cassie Johnston, executive director of Alström Angels, said her daughter has been living with Alström syndrome her whole life, a condition that can cause complete blindness, deafness, congestive heart failure and other organ damage.
Johntson said it was her daughter that inspired her to not only start her organization but to work to build an all-inclusive park.
“When my daughter Bryce was young, we had a lot of issues with her being able to access the equipment and a lot of sensory issues,” said Johnston, “I just thought there should be a place for kids like Bryce, kids who have special needs or disabilities that’s made with them in mind and a place where the environment is always constant.”
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LUBBOCK, Texas (PRESS RELEASE) — The following is a press release from Alström Angels: Beep-beep, can you hear the eggs? On Sunday, April 10, 2022, children
by: Brenda Lepenski Everythinglubbock.com Posted: Dec 20, 2021 / 07:42 PM CST LUBBOCK, Texas – An indoor park for kids of all ability levels is being