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Planting New Memories with Horticulture Therapy

GARDENING & DEMENTIA – VIDEO:

In gardening, people with Alzheimer’s grow fresh plants & better thinking. See how purposeful, creative work overcomes memory loss, stimulates senses & brings back lost moments.


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Steven
Steven
5 years ago

My mother has recently been diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer's. She has always loved gardening (she's actually a master gardener), so I think I'm going to build her a little indoor garden with artificial grow lights, so that she can continue gardening (it's more difficult for her to garden outdoors these days). I've been growing indoors for years and I think this could be really good for her.

Jane
Jane
2 years ago

That's great that gardening is a good promotion of better thinking.

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