“the sensory garden of the LKF Center “
To encourage family participation and teamwork
Our garden for cultivating fruits and plants is included in the sensory garden of the FLK Center and is fully adapted for access for boys and girls with severe functional diversity.
Because of the specific height of these gardens, young people with severe functional diversity who use wheelchairs, can work in the plantation and seed care with total comfort. They prepare the soil, sow the seeds, as well carry out maintenance before the plants bear their fruit. It is also an activity that encourages family involvement and teamwork. An enriching experience for these young people who see how they are able to accomplish something more challenging and at the same time, they are surrounded by the aromas, sounds and flavors that can be experienced in the garden.