Winston-Salem, NC - 29 Winston-Salem State University Master's of Occupational Therapy students partnered with Rebuilding Together of Forsyth County to help create the playhouse for three-year-old Jaravion Clemmons.
Clemmons was born with abnormal brain function and cerebral palsy and is unable to walk and talk.
The students paired in groups to create sensory walls, designed to stimulate his senses. Some of the walls are filled with noise makers, while others are filled with objects he can touch and feel.
A grant from Choice Hotels, made the 12' by 8' structure a reality. The grant along with the volunteers also made it possible to modify the Clemmons main residence, making it more wheelchair accessible.