How woodlands and forests enhance mental well-being


Posted on May 23rd, by jacob in Journal of Dementia Care. No Comments

Woods and forests can enhance the psychological well-being of people with early stage dementia, yet relatively little is known about the meaning and use of these settings. Mandy Cook reports on her research demonstrating the value of the great outdoors.

Vol 24 No 3 Pages 20-23





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