20 May, 2021
We are thrilled to announce that we have secured grant support from Gandel Philanthropy for the creation of a sensory garden for our clients. Our direct environment can have a profound impact on our health and wellbeing. This is why having a sensory garden for our clients is so important.
Created in collaboration with our clients, the new garden space is fully accessible. The area provides an open and welcoming space for creative activities such as storytelling, gardening and outdoor art and craft. Features such as wind chimes, bird houses, a water feature, colourful plants and herbs mean that the garden appeals to all five senses.
The garden is also beneficial for our clients emotional and physical wellbeing. There is space for meditation and quiet relaxation that encourages a sense of calmness. The new hanging chairs are proving to be a hit with many people.
Thank you to Gandel Philanthropy for supporting our sensory garden.