2010 Therapeutic Garden Design Team Workshop Monday, March 22, 2010 or Monday, October 4, 9:00 3 4:00 Legacy Good Samaritan Hospital Auditorium and the award-winning Good Samaritan Hospital Stenzel Healing Garden A workshop to study and implement therapeutic garden characteristics, design elements, roles of the design team, facility team composition, therapeutic activities, garden care, and evaluation to support activity programs and rehabilitation therapies. Participate in design workshop activities. Begin the process to start planning a therapeutic garden for your site.
Outline a timeline for garden design, fundraising and construction for gardens in health and human services. Bring your questions, pictures of the area you are considering and if you are able area measurements. Who?
" You and your team of 2 3 5 people. No team yet? Then come alone.
Learn how to develop, facilitate and inspire the team. Why? " Build a garden design team at your facility.
" Focus on guiding/facilitating the interdisciplinary team. " Learn a variety of tools and processes to help your team, facility or dept get on board to study planning processes and steps to create a successful rehabilitation and restorative garden setting. What?
" Topics: planning process, team member roles, garden goals, site analysis, fundraising, phasing in garden ... more. less.
over stages, job descriptions, budget, maintenance, and more. What do Families Say? cI feel the quality of this hospital is in part, the incredible human beings assembled to serve and heal mankind.<br><br> This garden is the quiet place within a storm, a reminder of the creator of the heavens and the earth. Thank you, and to whomever the soul is who brought this garden to life, thank you. d Objectives 1. Develop a multi-disciplinary design team for your site.<br><br> 2. Describe the seven therapeutic garden characteristics. 3.<br><br> Outline design elements to support PT, OT, SLP, RT, HT and activity program goals. 4. Describe a variety of cognitive, physical and social activities to support a range of client goals.<br><br> 5. Identify roles and responsibilities. 6.<br><br> Summarize POE and continuous quality improvement steps for evaluation of the setting and programming. 7. Outline draft one of steps for your facility.<br><br> Target audience Therapists, designers, managers, activity professionals, volunteers, social workers, nurses, leaders, volunteers, students and facility staff. Instructors Brian Bainnson, ASLA Teresia Hazen, MEd, HTR, QMHP Other Legacy Health staff TBA Registration for 2010 Therapeutic Garden Design Team Workshop Name: ___________________________________________________ Title/Credentials:___________________________________________ Facility: __________________________________________________ Address:__________________________________________________ City:___________________________ State:_______ Zip:__________ Email:___________________________________________________ Phone: __________________________________________________ Confirmation of registration by email. DATE: specify ___ Monday, March 22, 2010 or ___ Monday, October 4, 2010 Registration Fee $60.00 Early rate Postmark by January 20, 2010 or August 1.<br><br> $75.00 Regular rate Postmark after January 20 or August 1. $95.00 At the door, if space. $50.00 Students with instructor letter.<br><br> $40.00 Legacy students, employees and volunteers. Total enclosed $_______________ Mail this form along with your check or money order, payable to: Legacy Therapeutic Gardens 1015 N.W. 22nd Ave., #529 Portland, OR 97210 Confirmation will be emailed upon receipt of registration form and check or money order payable to Legacy Therapeutic Gardens.<br><br> Cancellation before seven calendar days of session is possible with $30 processing fee retained. If less than seven calendar da ys cancellation, there is no refund of fees. Lunch on your own.<br><br> Lunch option list provided. For more information, please contact Teresia Hazen at 503-413-6507, email@example.com . Please see Legacy Health System, Rehabilitation Institute of Oregon and Legacy Therapeutic Gardens at www.legacyhealth.org .<br><br> Search cgardens d Legacy reserves the right at any time, without notice to change, modify or cancel any course, program, procedure, policy or fin ancial requirement set forth in this brochure whenever, in its sole discretion, it determines such action to be appropriate. Furthermo re, Legacy will not be responsible for any failure to present or complete any course or program or to perform any other activity, f unction or obligation mentioned in this brochure. <br><br>