Naomi’s Garden was created to be a source of hope and a place of achievement for anyone who is facing challenges on their journey to becoming whole.
Our desire is to see individuals and families in Lincolnshire and beyond access our services and have a sense of belonging. We offer a number of therapies and services to facilitate relief from, and triumph over, the effects of disability, sickness, suffering, isolation and hardship. We provide Conductive Education, Special Educational Needs Consultancy, Bowen Therapy and free nutritious lunches in the school holidays locally.
Naomi’s Garden is the working name of The King’s Outreach which was founded in 2001 by Pastors Dennis Brown and Stephen Franklin who had a vision to meet the needs of the community of the Marsh Villages in East Lincolnshire and beyond. Since then the charity has grown and diversified.
We have a wealth of experience and knowledge around a variety of diagnosis, including movement and genetic disorders, progressive neurological disorders, specific learning difference (SpLD) including Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Dyspraxia and Dyslexia, sensory processing disorders and Autism. We believe that every child and adult can grow and progress regardless of diagnosis.
We provide bespoke programs to ensure our individuals can achieve success one small step at a time. Our services start to awaken self-belief and hope where it may have been dormant for a while. Naomi’s Garden provides a safe space where you are heard and seen and believed in, while creating a support network around families. Due to our expertise and experience we can put forward fresh and dynamic strategies forward to see our individuals who come to us grow and start to flourish.