DULUTH - A clinic is calling on the community to help give strength to kids with disabilities.
Gillette Children's Specialty Healthcare kicked off what they call the CurePity movement Monday.
The goal is to treat children with disabilities like any other child because positive energy will enable them.
"They love to just be spoken to just like any other able–bodied child about all the things they can do," Dr. Kevin Murphy from Gillette Children's Specialty Healthcare said. "Simply forget about some of the differences that may bring out some of the negative thoughts."
Supporters were asked to participate by signing a pledge at curepity.org.
Mayor Don Ness also proclaimed Monday CurePity day in Duluth.