'Discover ways to provide Horticultural Therapy Programs for improved health and wellbeing.'
Gardening is a wonderful way to provide opportunities for improved health and well-being for people living in aged care, for people with dementia, with a disability, mental health needs or recovering from an injury or illness.
Join Cath Manuel for this Two Day Professional Development and learn ways to create a therapy garden and encourage fun, hands-on gardening activities.
This training is suitable for anyone working or volunteering within the aged care and support services industries.
You’ll learn –
What is Horticultural Therapy
Types of programs offered
Plants used in a therapy garden
How to implement a program
Program and client assessments
Participating in Horticultural Therapy Programs has many proven benefits, especially for physical, psychological, social, cognitive and also provides access to nature.
Cost per person - $437.00. Includes Workbook, hands-on activities, morning tea and lunch each day.
All participants receive a Certificate of Attendance and FREE access to Soil to Supper eCourse ‘4 Weeks to Fresh Food’
Bookings are essential.
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