‘Why don’t we go into the garden?’


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

Garden designers Mark Rendell and Debbie Carroll collaborated in 2013 to research why gardens around care homes, particularly for people with dementia, were not being used more. Here’s their story

Vol 23 No 2 Page 16-18





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