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Post Graduate Certificate in Nature Nurture

Nature Nurture is an approach to early intervention for vulnerable children and young people.  We have run successful programmes for the past 5 years in Scotland and have helped hundreds of children…Continue

Started Dec 30, 2013


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Teacher and project leader
Nature Nurture, Aberdeen
Project leader for Nature Nurture Project. We work with children from the poorest areas of Aberdeen, who experience the trauma and anxiety of family life with substance misuse, alcohol abuse, domestic violence and/or homelessness. We help stengthen their resilience, self confience, health and wellbeing through giving them opportunities to play and learn in peaceful natural environments
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At 10:26am on May 23, 2010, Juliet Robertson said…
Is your formal annual report OK to send out to people too? It looks like a nice glossy. Again - no pressure - just a thought.
At 10:25am on May 23, 2010, Juliet Robertson said…
Yes Terri

Where can we find more info on the Internet about Nature Nurture. No pressure of course, but my goodness it would be useful to have a place to direct people to, be it a Facebook page, blog or website - Spanglefish do free ones!

Hope you've had a lovely Sunday!
Big hug - good to see you yesterday
At 7:04am on May 23, 2010, Rodrigo Cavasini said…
Hi Terri, where can I found more information about your Project? Well, as I work in a social inclusion through outdoor activities to children and youngsters at risk in Brazil, I am very happy to know more people working in this area. Yours, Rodrigo.
At 4:43pm on October 28, 2009, John Thielbahr said…
Hi Terri,
So glad to have you join us here, with Juliet and any others you might notify. The Children and Nature Network is just beginning to connect with professionals working with at risk children. We have some pediatricians, social workers, psychologists and at least one child psychiatrist that I know of. I hope you can share your stories on this site, both successes and challenges, to inform others and get input from them. We don't want names or specifics necessarily to protect privacy and confidentiality, but general circumstances that might be informative for everyone, particularly activities that work for the betterment of the health and well being of children. Thanks again for joining Juliet. I look forward to watching the conversations. John
At 2:47pm on October 28, 2009, Juliet Robertson said…
Hi Terri

That was quick work! I wonder how many other folk from Scotland we can entice here!

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