Pune: Special Garden Created For Special Children To Educate Them With Five Senses

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Wadki, 3rd March 2023: A special garden has been created to enhance the awareness of the five senses among special children and individuals. This garden has been made by the Umed organization and various social organizations in Wadki village, 15 km from Hadapsar.

Special children and individuals with intellectual disabilities often face difficulty in experiencing the five senses of sound, sight, smell, taste, and touch. These things have been kept in mind while creating the garden.

This garden was recently inaugurated by Rotary District Governor Anil Parmar. Rotarian Mohan Palesha, Santosh Marathe, President of Umed Pariwar Ramesh Bandre, Secretary Rajendra Nahar, Trustee Subhash Rawal, and Praveen Chajed were present on this occasion. Nahar gave information about the garden. Entry to the garden is free and will be open from 10 am to 1 pm and from 3 pm to 6 pm.

“Children can experience different flavors through the leaves of plants like tulsi and neem. Also keeping in mind the element of touch, we have included different types of tiles in the garden. This will help them to perceive different touches like hard, cold, and smooth. Hence, in accordance with the elements of vision, we have planted some sheets of fiber in the garden.” Nahar also mentioned that through the sheets, the light will be reflected and different shades of colors will be seen on it.

-The garden would include various elements according to sound, sight, smell, taste, and touch

-Different types of bells for special persons to recognize sounds

-Different types of flowers for children to sense smell

-Medicinal plants like tulsi, and neem for the sense of taste

-A variety of tiles in the garden for a sense of touch


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