Air-Pumped Mascot Costumes Turn Autistic Kids Into Outgoing Entertainers

Wired : after two decades of running and then owning 20,000-head cattle feedlots in Kansas and Oklahoma, Lee Bowen sold everything and moved his family to Omaha. The youngest of his five kids, 18-month-old Katy, was deaf—she’d had meningitis—and Bowen wanted to get her into the Boys Town National Research Hospital program on childhood hearing loss.

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