FOREST, Va. (WSET) - A very special performance was held at Forest Dance Academy on Thursday.
Children with special needs performed a dance recital.
This is the second year of the camp.
Michelle Thomas, the owner, says she does it to give kids an opportunity to do activities they normally can't.
It's free to help parents who have a lot of medical bills to keep up with.
And this year's theme was super heroes.
"We've talked this week about how heroes can come in many shapes and sizes, from police officers to these kids having said their doctors are super heroes and of course their parents as well," said Thomas, "in my mind these kids are super heroes."
Thomas hopes in the future to incorporate special needs dance classes throughout the year.