I have just posted this on my sister blog http://www.thetravellinght.wordpress.com but thought that it was worth posting on here too.
Here is a video which takes you through all of the gardens, in order, from my Winston Churchill Travelling Fellowship. Included is at least one picture from each stop with the names and places included.
If you require any further information about my project or the places I visited, please message me.
As posted on my Winston Churchill Fellowship blog page (www.thetravellinght.wordpress.com), I have recently completed the report on the findings of my horticultural therapy travels to the USA and Canada. It has been published on the WCMT website and is free to read and download from: http://goo.gl/NroUSc
In November 2013 Thrive, the UK charity for horticultural therapy, held a seminar in London entitled ‘Green Care White Care: Gardening and Growing for Health’.
The seminar included seven presentations which can all be viewed and downloaded from the Thrive website where there is also a short video of Sir Richard Thompson’s keynote speech.
Green Spaces – Outdoor Environments for People with Autism
I intended to post this ages ago, but then wanted to read through it and it sort of got lost amongst other things but I have finally got round to what is a really useful piece of work. It obviously is aimed at people with autism but it stimulates thought about the things that should be considered when working with all groups of people outdoors. I found that the format flowed really well too.
It is free to download from the Kingwood Trust website along with their other research on environments and working with people with autism and Aspergers syndrome.
Natural England have produced a literature review of the benefits and barriers facing individuals living with dementia in accessing the natural environment
As part of Natural Englands ‘Outdoors for All’ programme the aim of the report is to form to address the identified barriers and enable people with dementia to access nature and reep the benefits.
The report can be downloaded for free from the Natural England website: http://publications.naturalengland.org.uk/publication/6578292471627776