Students with co-leader in white - Ms. Aisha Anjum

Horticulture Therapy – Horticulture Therapy for Intellectually Challenged Kids

Date grant awarded: November 10, 2019

Located in in Bengaluru, India, Horticulture Therapy for Intellectually Challenged Kids aims to establish a plant nursery for in house sapling cultivation, create two campus garden, manufacture tiny planters, and produce plant gift baskets. Vocational and therapy activities have proven positive results in the rehabilitation and training of a intellectually challenged person.

Outdoor, group activities, activities in the garden acts as a stimulant to the brain and also physically, encourages peer understanding, encourages social skill among others.