We specialise in programming for a wide range of contexts including: Disability, social housing, schools, after school care, early years’ education, aged care, community gardening, staff wellbeing and corporate volunteering.
If you work with people you think would benefit from therapeutic horticulture, we can design and develop a program for you.
Program structures typically include:
- Introduction to the principles of therapeutic horticulture
- A guide to implementing for maximum impact
- Staff training notes
- Person-centred therapeutic gardening activities
- Tools to capture impact for evaluation and refinement
- Gardening tips and advice
We also provide hands-on staff training to ensure the ethos and approach of the program is never compromised or lost as well as on-site help to get the program up and running and your garden built.