His parents, Ken and Sarah Durik, said they were thrilled with the sensory room, because it will provide him with a safe space to play.
"It's always challenging to find toys he really likes, but he is very sensory seeking," Sarah Durik said. "He likes flashing lights, vibrations, he likes spinning things."
"It's pretty amazing and a little overwhelming," Ken Durik said. "We just always want him to, you know, have any chance he can to have fun and be happy."
Forrest Doolen, Director of Marketing and Communications for Make-a-Wish Wisconsin, said granting wishes can help give children the strength to live with - or even overcome - serious medical conditions like Durik's.
He added the sensory room will be a part of the Durik household for years.