Kids with disabilities become superheroes during free photo shoot

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TAMPA (WFLA) – A Texas couple is doing something good for families who have children with special needs.

Nicole and Scott Endersby own Endersby Photography and are using costumes and green screens to put kids into super situations as their favorite heroes, KXAS reported.

Heroes include Batman and Batgirl, The Flash, and even Harry Potter.

“We started #EndersbysHeroes because we have 3 boys in which, 2 of our boys have Autism. We want to make every child that lives with a disability, as well as their siblings, feel like they are superheroes. They are in everyday life and we want them to know that. It has been such a blessing to see their smiles when they feel like they transformed into their favorite superhero or character for their photo.” told News Channel 8. 

Later this month, the families that have had a photo taken as part of #EndersbysHeros are being invited to a sensory-friendly showing of “Toy Story 4.” KXAS reported.

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