Would you like to become a provider of therapeutic gardening activities for participants of the NDIS?
Join Therapeutic Horticulture specialist, Cath Manuel, and learn how to provide fun gardening activities to your NDIS participants. Also joined by experts in the field of mental health and NDIS.
Gardening provides opportunities for improved health and wellbeing for people of all ages and abilities. Participating in therapeutic gardening activities has many proven benefits, especially for physical, psychological, social, cognitive and also provides access to nature.
As a provider of therapeutic gardening you have the opportunity to work one-on-one with clients within their home garden or in a group setting at a community centre or aged care home.
This training is suitable for anyone currently working or wanting to establish their own business to work with clients who have NDIS Plans and have an interest in gardening for improved health.
Must have minimum Certificate 3 in Horticulture to register.
You’ll learn –
- What is Therapeutic Gardening
- The benefits to health and wellbeing
- How to implement a program
- Gardening for all abilities
- Plants used in a therapy garden
- Ways to grow fresh food
- Adaptive gardening activities
- Equipment required
- Your business and NDIS regulations
- Understanding mental health
Training is held over two consecutive days and includes a Workbook, hands-on activities, morning tea and lunch.
Training locations throughout Australia and dates for 2021 coming soon. Please complete this form to receive updates.
I look forward to sharing my experience and knowledge of therapeutic horticulture with you.
Please contact me directly if you have any questions,