"Healing" garden built for therapy at Baltimore institute

05/26/2009 | Sun (Baltimore), The

The new therapy garden at Baltimore's Kennedy Krieger Institute was designed with healing in mind. Children and young adults use the garden for physical and occupational therapy, and the area includes a labyrinth as well as fountains to help those with sensory issues. Parents also can relax in the garden, which cost $1 million and was funded by philanthropists Fred and Farideh Mirmiran.

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