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Engaging in the outdoors

For individual health workers

This program explores the benefits of engaging in nature and the outdoors for people living with dementia. From early dementia diagnosis to late stages of the condition, everyone can enjoy what the outdoors has to offer.

Elderly lady with her grandson in the garden

Suitable for: Aged care, Allied health, Construction, architecture and design, Disability care, Home and community care, Hospitals, Retirement living, Allied health assistants, Diversional therapists, Facility managers/coordinators, Lifestyle officers, Occupational therapists, Physiotherapists, Residential care workers

Course type: Dementia Learning Hub

Duration: Approximately 1 hour

Delivery mode: Online

Location: All states and territories

You will gain knowledge in:

  • the benefits of nature and the outdoors for people living with dementia,
  • creating inviting and safe areas for outdoor engagement,
  • measuring and sustaining outdoor activities.

Enrol yourself

This course is for individual health workers.

If you want to take this course yourself an as individual, click the “Register” button below.

If you want to book training for your staff, see our professional development and training page for organisations.

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Last updated
1 February 2024