Big smiles at PathwaysJanuary 8, 2019 7:28am
Sarnia’s Pathways Health Centre For Children recently got a makeover thanks to hard work from the Smilezone Foundation.
While the centre was closed for the holidays, the main waiting room and aquatics hallway were spruced up with a fresh coat of paint, and new seating areas. Murals were also painted and and tactile ceilings were installed.
Spokesperson Tracy Drysdale said the goal is to have a calming and welcoming atmosphere for the children.
“A lot of these children are in and out of hospitals and treatments a lot of times depending on their diagnosis,” said Drysdale. “It’s just kind of nice that they’re coming into a nice, warm, cheery environment.”
The renovations were free thanks to the Smilezone Foundation as well as a donation from an anonymous community member.
Pathways will have a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the public to view the upgrades on February 4.