‘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
- Gardening activities
- How to implement a program
- Risk Management
- 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 and available HERE
For more information on services and programs visit www.soiltosupper.com
“Gardening for Health and Wellbeing”