Gardening - top tips for disabled gardeners from Thrive
The website contains practical information to make most garden jobs easier, advice on how to take care, other useful hints and tips, and notes about which equipment and tools will be particularly helpful.
Gardening can help individuals accomplish many things. It can help rebuild a person’s strength after an accident or illness, and can provide a purposeful activity for someone coping with a difficult period in their life.
Visit the website for excellent information covering:
- Gardening after a stroke and with heart disease
- Gardening sitting down and from a wheelchair
- Gardening for blind and partially sighted people
- Gardening when you have a weak grip
- Gardening when you use one hand
- Gardening when you can't bend down
Who to contact
Where to go
- Thrive Trunkwell Garden Project
- RG7 2AT
The Thrive team give garden talks and have Open Days allowing the public to visit their gardens. Offering qualifications and a range of training and workshops focused on social and therapeutic horticulture.
- Age Ranges
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