Please support me in raising funds for a new fully wheelchair accessible sensory garden for the children of Suzanne House. A respite care , home away from home, for children with life limiting complex medical needs.

A sensory garden is designed with the purpose of stimulating and engaging the five basic senses of sight, smell, sound, touch, and taste. This stimulation occurs courtesy of plants and the use of materials, equipment, and other accessories.

While in the garden, the children will be encouraged to touch, smell and taste interacting with environment around them. These types of gardens are popular with, and beneficial to, children who have intellectual disabilities, sensory processing issues, and other complex medical needs.

A sensory garden is a calming place and a gentle way to stimulate the senses, where our children with complex medical needs, can feel safe and comfortable in exploring their senses without feeling overwhelmed by them.

Thank you for your support.

Dylan Obrien