Morgan’s Place Multi-Sensory Wonderland

For 20 years, The M.O.R.G.A.N. Project has provided support and resources for children with special healthcare needs, especially
for students with disabilities impacted by limited mobility and sensory issues. In 2011, The M.O.R.G.A.N. Project envisioned, designed, custom built and administered our unique, one-of-a-kind, multi-sensory enrichment activity center in Melbourne, Florida called “Morgan’s Place” – one of only a few stand-alone multi- sensory environments that are completely accessible in North America.

In 2020, as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, we closed our beloved Morgan’s Place so we could get back to the core of our mission: supporting parents and families of children with disabilities by providing direct support, quality resources and collaborative community sensory-based events.

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Morgan’s Place was a fun place for children with all sorts of special needs to come and stimulate their senses in an environment that was uniquely created just for them. This very special place was utilized on an individual basis as well as for small groups, including hundreds of school field trips. Designed as a gentle-use facility, we were not a drop-off center but rather a place for inclusive and cooperative play for the child that needed a sensory controlled environment and/or wheelchair accessibility. We are so very proud of this program and thought you might enjoy seeing the benefits of Morgan’s Place the same way we evaluated it – one smile at a time!

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