Coming up in the June/July issue of AJDC
Garden designers Mark Rendell and Debbie Carroll explain why gardens around care homes, particularly for people with dementia, are not being used more often.
Cath Manuel reports on a successful gardening program in Queensland.
Plus there’s resources and contacts for creating gardens for people with dementia or introducing horticultural therapy programs and sensory gardens.
Also in this issue
Kate Swaffer highlights her concerns that the terms ‘challenging behaviours’ and ‘Behavioural and Psychological Symptoms of Dementia’ (BPSD), and over-prescription of antipsychotic medications, are having a negative impact on care
Jenny La Fontaine, Anna Buckell, Jan Oyebode and Jayne Ford consider the families who live with behavioural variant fronto-temporal dementia, the condition, and their support needs
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