A garden for adults with learning difficulties at Lynfords and The Mashes homes is being transformed into an environment to delight the service user’s senses. The new sensory garden in Hailsham, Sussex has been created as a result of brainstorming between its staff and residents to make the most of the recent fine weather. Care provider Regard is working on the scheme which involves the conversion of approximately 150 square meters shared by both homes to feature elements of appeal to all senses. Sensory appeal and fun for service users Regard’s Services Manager in Hailsham, Richard Murphy, said: “We’ve tried
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