Mural helps sensory garden for March youngster to take shape
A sensory garden for an 11-year-old boy with a rare condition is now starting to take shape.
Joseph Farmer suffers from tuberous sclerosis, which has affected his global development and causes him to have at least five seizures a day.
As a result of the illness, which he was diagnosed with as a young baby, Joseph has the mental capacity of an eight month old and needs help with everything, including eating and drinking. He is confined to a wheelchair.
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