This POP Gardens course will enable participants to:
Explore the use of horticulture as a meaningful socio-cultural occupation
Learn how horticultural activities can apply to NHS Wellbeing initiatives
Practice tried and tested artistic & cultural plant-related activities for use in group sessions or at the bedside;
Take home resources provided & used during the course.
The course is to be delivered by Occupational Therapist Lynne Evans and is suitable for health care professionals, teaching staff and activity coordinators.
Delegates will receive;
Take home items crafted during the day;
Copy of the presentation
POP Box Autumn /Winter Seed-Sowing & Botanical Art kit
'This has been an amazing start to my Social & Therapeutic Horticulture journey. I will be keeping in touch' OT from a Brain Injury Unit;
'I loved all the useful ideas on how to sow seeds and how to make the activity interesting. I will be using it with children. Thank you. I feel very inspired'. OT at a Child and Adolescent Mental Health unit;
'Perfect day for getting going with horticultural therapy in various settings. Thank you so much.' Neuro-Rehab Assistant;
'You've done an amazing job. I'm so pleased I managed to get on your course.' OT from Palliative Care;
'I had no idea there were so many creative activities to use with planting seeds and plants. Thanks for a lovely day, OT assistant.