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Social and therapeutic horticulture: evidence and messages from research

Author:
CENTRE FOR CHILD AND FAMILY RESEARCH
Publisher:
Loughborough University. Centre for Child and Family Research
Publication year:
2002
Pagination:
4p.
Place of publication:
Loughborough

Summarises the main findings of a literature review on social and therapeutic horticulture with vulnerable client groups. More than 300 articles were examined in detail from over 1,000 available titles. Client groups studied included those recovering from major illness or injury, people with physical disabilities, people with learning difficulties and mental health problems, older people, offenders and those who misuse drugs or alcohol. Highlights the reported benefits.

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