Sensory park in Bengaluru for children with disabilities
The Association of People with Disability (APD) in Bengaluru has opened a sensory park in their premises for special children.
Many children are born with disabilities related to motor skills, cognitive skills and intellectual skill disorders.
These slow down the growth and development of communication skills.
They need sensory stimulation for learning about their surroundings.
The park has different sections created for children to touch, feel, see and experience things around them. The children will be helped in learning to relax their muscles and maintain the body balance.
Special materials have been used to ensure the safety of the children and add fun to learning.
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