Special needs amenity in Stoke-on-Trent gets a boost

August 27, 2018 by  

A farm that assists children with special needs in Stoke-on-Trent got an injection of cash recently.

The Vinci Foundation donated over £10,000 to Serenity Farm. Some of the resources will be used to construct a toilet with disabled access. Extra fruit trees, bird feeders and garden benches will be added to the site as a result of the investment. Print shops in Stoke-on-Trent can be useful for a wide variety of organisations, particularly when growth is healthy.

Lucy Wheeler, the managing director at Serenity Farm, told the Stoke Sentinel:

“The farm is for people with special needs who require the therapeutic benefits of being with the animals and being outdoors.”

Wheeler explained that some young adults and children with special needs find it awkward to work in big groups. She thinks that the development of some scrubland will allow Serenity Farm to cater for a larger number of individuals than it does at present.

Stuart Davies-Roberts is a parent who takes three children to the facility. Davies-Roberts is clear that the farm has been wonderful for his family. The children are all affected by Autism Spectrum Disorder. Being in the special environment permits Jaak, Kassie and Myf to experience genuine happiness.

An administrator for the Vinci Foundation, Ruth Ottley, has underlined the strength of the commitment in question. Serenity Farm will receive support for a year. Other projects are also in receipt of important backing.

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