4 edition of Horticultural therapy at a physical rehabilitation facility found in the catalog.
Horticultural therapy at a physical rehabilitation facility
Eugene A. Rothert
Bibliography: p. 126-128.
|Statement||by the Horticultural Society Therapy Department staff of the Chicago Horticultural Society ; Eugene A. Rothert, Jr., James R. Daubert.|
|Contributions||Daubert, James R., Chicago Horticultural Society. Horticultural Therapy Dept.|
|LC Classifications||RM735.7.G37 R67 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||130 p. :|
|Number of Pages||130|
|LC Control Number||81066832|
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orticultural therapy is the engagement of a person in gardening-related activities that a trained therapist facilitates to achieve specific treatment goals.1 It is a process through which these therapists use plants, gardening activities, and proximity to nature as vehicles in therapy and rehabilitation programs.2 Horticultural therapy used in. Skilled nursing is the right choice for those who require attentive medical care, but don’t have the acute needs that make hospitalization necessary. It provides a higher level of care than assisted living, whether the need is for more hands-on assistance with routine activities, rehabilitation services or long-term care.
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a programme of horticultural activities for an individual that is tailored to their needs and leads to effective rehabilitation. A horticultural therapist who is assisting a. Horticultural therapy is a relatively new discipline combining horticulture and rehabilitation disciplines.
It employs plants and gardening activities in therapeutic and rehabilitation activities to improve human well being. 11 Historically, the use of horticulture to Cited by: A process through which plants, gardening activities, and the innate closeness we all feel toward nature are used as vehicles in professionally conducted programs of therapy and rehabilitation - HT is goal oriented with defined outcomes and assessment procedure - sessions are administered by professionally trained Horticultural Therapists.
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D.L. Airhart defines horticultural therapy as the use of plants and plant-related activities as treatment for persons with mental or physical disabilities, or for rehabilitation training for individuals with developmental disabilities to qualify them for transitional employment.
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