For those wanting to add dementia-friendly plants to their gardens, Gardeners’ World presenter Rachel de Thame shares her top plants for a dementia-friendly sensory garden, according to Loveday & Co, UK.
According to new survey, 91% of Canadians believe spending time in yards is good for health & well-being and we’re entering a new level of appreciating our yards, parks, and other green spaces. You could say we’re in our ‘backyarding’” era.
It’s no secret that exercise is fundamental to lowering stress and an increased sense of well-being. You don’t have to (and shouldn’t) exhaust yourself with intense workouts, opt for golf, gardening, walking or other low impact routines.