Rehabilitation With Healing Gardens | Positive Attitude For Health And Wellness

Rehabilitation With Healing Gardens | Positive Attitude For Health And Wellness

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Horticulture treatment took the form of visualizing, watching, visiting a hospital healing garden, and, most importantly, actual growing. It was hoped that it would help people with mental or physical illnesses heal, reduce stress, improve well-being, and promote social involvement and re-employment. The Horticultural Therapy Garden was detailed in terms of its outside design, garden equipment adaptations, cultivation methods, and plant material.

Gardening is often described as therapy by gardeners, and this evaluation may be more accurate than you believe. Gardening is wonderful for your physical health and generates nutritious homegrown foods, but it also has therapeutic advantages. Mental and emotional wellbeing receive boosts along the garden route, from relaxation and stress reduction to formal therapist-directed programs. A therapeutic garden partnered with good physical therapy can bring about a positive attitude for faster recovery. What do you think?

00:00 Intro
01:25 The Origins of Therapeutic Gardening in the United States
02:28 Garden settings have a curative quality to them
03:27 Effects of a therapeutic garden
04:43 How to turn your ordinary garden into a rehabilitation garden?
06:55 The Building Blocks of a Successful Rehabilitation Garden
08:30 Collaboration is Critical
08:54 Imperfections are also Important

Scope-Care is a non-profit organization that focuses solely on cardiac rehabilitation. We are a team of healthcare professionals, first responders, EMTs, and medical personnel. We provide guidance on healing gardens, online resources, meal plans designed by medical and healthcare professionals, and support for patients and their loved ones throughout their holistic recovery journey. From fresh and educational social content to stress-relieving journeys through the green spaces, we strive to make every aspect approachable and uplifting for patients and caregivers of all ages.

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Scope-Care is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization founded by EMT, First responders, paramedics, medical professionals and healthcare volunteers leading the way for Cardiac rehabilitation through therapeutic gardens. We are experts and everyday people with the mission of providing free holistic healthcare education for healing hearts. We partner with local communities and hospitals to provide nature-based resources to aid in cardiac rehabilitation for patients and their caregivers. Scope-Care is an organization dedicated to Wholehearted Healing.

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