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Michael Dunn Center is the recipient a grant from the 1st and 10 Foundation of Guild, N.H., to purchase sensory equipment for children and adults supported the center.
Sensory equipment is needed at the center to better support the growing number of children and adults diagnosed with autism.
“We are very appreciative of the donation for the sensory equipment. We have several people we support that will benefit from the sensory room allowing them to have more meaningful days,” said Sally Wilkerson, director of day habilitation at Michael Dunn Center.
The 1st and 10 Foundation was created in 2003 by Chad and Robin Pennington.
“This equipment will be very beneficial for the children and adults at Michael Dunn Center, and we are very grateful for their support,” said Vicki Hix, vice president of children’s services.
To talk to someone about the possibility of making a contribution to Michael Dunn Center, call Lindsey Stevens at 376-3416, Ext. 219, or visit www.michaeldunncenter.org for details.