MARTIN Heverin (centre) with SNO Treasurer Elizabeth Conneran (left) and SNO Secretary Karen Finnegan (right).

No Limits

Another feature added to popular Clonberne playground

THE playground in Clonberne is all-inclusive, underlined by the addition of a sensory pod to its array of attractions in recent weeks.

Coinciding with World Autism Month in April, the sensory pod, bench seating with a canopy, was installed. It's a perfect setting for both parents and children to use.

“The sensory pod is useful for children with autism. If they’re in an agitated state, they can sit down in it with their parents and it helps to calm down,” offered Martin Heverin, Chairman of the SNO Limits Committee, which is overseeing the running of the playground.

SNO Limits stands for ‘Special Needs plus Others with no Limits’ and the committee was set up in the summer of 2017 …

For more, check out this week’s The Tuam Herald or log onto our digital edition HERE