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IMG_9646SEEWALLCHILD : to engage, enthrall, educate, and heal through a fusion of art, play, pets  and healthy foods for children. SEEWALL CHILD believes in the power of Art, Play ,Pets and healthy food to transform the human spirit. Our goal is to provide relief for children living in  rural and underserved communities .We will also respond to disaster hit areas with our mobile response operations  with what we call Playgrams. These programs includes playgrounds, art, sports equipment, games, Petting Pet Zones bringing the child and their pet together in a safe environment , books and educational products.   Seewall Child serves only healthy comfort fun packed meals while providing physical and mental stimulating activities  from our mobile vehicles.
For the past eight years we have been building award winning art based interactive installations for children’s crisis centers and children’s hospitals. and the past three on the road 24/7/365 with our EMSv.

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IMG_3292-1.jpgIMG_3289We are on the road with our Emergency Mobile Service vehicle to low income,  and rural areas, soup kitchens serving children, community centers and we are ready if need be to respond to children in disaster hit situations. We position ourselves to be an art and mobile playground command support center for children.
Seewall Child added the Imagination Playground to its program thanks from a grant given by KaBoom and Dr. Pepper/Snapple Group.

Using the Imagination Playground blocks, kids build a new world every day. They make objects like animals, rocket ships, and robots. They make imaginary places like houses, factories, and cities. They make new dramatic scenarios, settings, and games to play. Most important, they make the rules. Because Imagination Playground is child-directed and open-ended, it encourages self-expression through deep, joyful play.

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Preventing and treating the distress experienced by children as soon as possible is crucial for optimal long-term health and recovery.

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