The kindergarten "Versmė" is a second home for 114 children
with various developmental disorders (childhood autism, various
neurological disabilities, developmental delays, Down syndrome,
cerebral palsy, etc.).
Dedicated professionals such as speech therapists, art therapists,
therapeutic massage specialists, and others work in this
kindergarten. Each day they take care of children’s social and
physical development to ensure that these children achieve
maximum integration into the society.
Currently kindergarten children are in
much need for a sensory room. This is a
place where lights, sounds and smells
would help children to calm down and
feel safe. Sensory room can help
children overcome the difficulties of
adaptation, reduce aggression, anxiety,
indecisiveness, and improve children's
social skills in a changing environment.