Rotary Club of Caloundra's plans to install a Sensory Play Area in Grahame Stewart Park, Currimundi have been released.  The project is designed to improve the play experience for children, particularly those on the autism spectrum who often have heightened sensory issues.  The key advantage of a sensory area is that all children regardless of ability can benefit from the experience. 
 
Browse these images for the schematic design.  See the photos from the presentation at the park here.
 
The project is proudly supported by Sunshine Coast Council’s grants program and by councillors Tim Dwyer and Peter Cox who have topped up the grant from their discretionary allocations.  However, a sponsor and/or a grant of additional funds, labour and/or equipment as well as volunteer effort are still required to bring the plans to reality - let us know if you can help using the contact form on this page please, or use the online donation link at trybooking.com/BGPXQ
 
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