Caussade. In the garden of awakening senses

Caussade. In the garden of awakening senses
Caussade. In the garden of awakening senses

Thanks to the support of the Conference of financiers of the prevention of loss of autonomy of Tarn-et-Garonne, APAS 82 (Association Promotion, Autonomie et Santé) will host free of charge on Wednesday June 26, 2024 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., a friendly moment in the garden, in its premises located at 25 rue Lavoisier in Caussade. Christelle Sainte-Livrade, hortitherapist, will gently and kindly explain how gardening and relationships with nature play an essential role in the prevention, maintenance or improvement of physical, moral and social health. On the program: a simple ecological gardening session (plantings, cuttings, creation of oyat, mulching); sharing a snack made from local aromatic plants; simple gestures of contemplation and sophrology exercises to relax, soothe and awaken all your senses. “So don’t hesitate to take full advantage of this moment in nature to recharge your batteries, with or without the loved one to whom you provide occasional or ongoing help” confides Christelle. Information and registration required on 05 63 32 71 80 or [email protected]

Day reception

It is mainly aimed at elderly people suffering from Alzheimer’s disease or related illnesses and, for certain day care centers, at people suffering from other neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson’s disease for example, as well as at elderly people. in loss of physical autonomy. The Caussade site consists of a large day reception room of more than 120 m2 and two rooms dedicated to manual workshops and sensory and cognitive stimulation. The large terrace equipped with a bioclimatic pergola as well as a large landscaped garden allow residents to fully enjoy the outdoors in complete safety and in all seasons. Internet: www.apas82.fr/

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