Gardens and landscaping – the professional approach

Posted on November 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

By TIM LYNCH, Tim Lynch Associates

Before embarking on a new or part new garden, care home operators need to consider a number of key questions. With a number of operators now providing bespoke grounds for all to use, combined with ensuring the gardens are secure for dementia sufferers, it is now time for everyone in the care industry to look at the special opportunities that are available in all care homes throughout the UK.

When considering the grounds of a care home or future development, combined with instructing a landscape architect to design and supervise the works where appropriate,

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