Engaging in garden and garden-related activities has definitely been ways by which we have seen people with autism get relief. There are many activities in Horticultural Therapy that these special children like including compost making, soil mixing, seedball making, nursery making, and repotting. These activities also help the children to improve their physical, psychological and cognitive skills. The most important thing is how they enjoy themselves while doing these activities. I recently saw one such video where we can make out how much these special children enjoy engaging in gardening activities. It was so awesome to watch. Hope you will also enjoy this.

“Children with autism bloom in programs that couple inviting garden spaces with appropriately designed horticultural therapy activities. Have a look at this inspiring video to learn more.”

Don’t you think nature is a healer for wards with autism? 

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