Sherwood Park facility needs space to help more children


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The Sherwood Park Care Centre has been serving children with disabilities for almost four decades.

However, their facility can no longer keep up with the needs of these children.

Principal administrator, Nabieya Allie says that the kinds of therapies provided to the children require a lot of space.

The Centre is raising funds to build a bigger facility which will accommodate their existing wards, and take on more children if needed.

Allie says that some of the children at the centre have an IQ of under 50, while others are severely disabled, and need help in every aspect of their lives.

Radio 786 has partnered with the Sherwood Park Care Centre as they raise funds to build a larger facility.

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