Interaction with nature and therapeutic gardening has been shown to improve quality of life and successful ageing for older people in long-term care. We design and create therapeutic gardens adapted to the specific needs of care-home residents, their relatives and the staff. For example, we have built one at Linfield House for Guild Care, for Windsor Road Care Home, Worthing and at Mewsbrook House in Littlehampton. Our latest is for the New Tyne Resoure Centre, Worthing.
Why does a care home need a therapeutic garden?
It really does depend on many variables, like size, amount of construction or materials, type of plants required and existing condition, so we will always need to give you a proper quote. But fairly typically:
We invite you to attend your first Garden Club session with no obligation. If you like it and want more, you can then sign up and pay for a programme that includes the trial session.
Tel: 07508 178590 Claire
Tel: 07827 924151 Lisa
You can also use our contact form.
We are delighted to be
participating in the Accelerator Programme of the Spark Social Enterprise project, supported by the Interreg 2 Seas Programme. Visit sparksocialenterprise.eu
for more information on the Spark project
We are also delighted to have been awarded funds from Tesco Bags of Help to start a Garden Club at New Tyne Resource Centre for people with dementia - see here
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We are based in Worthing, West Sussex. We run two Garden Clubs in the community and a Community Allotment - addresses are on the home page.
Breathing Spaces Garden Therapy
Community Interest Company
(limited by guarantee)
Company Number 8825167
c/o Andrew M Wells Accountancy
99 Western Road
Lewes BN7 1RS