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  • a practical guide to spending quality time inthe outdoors
  • » Starter Pack: 0 yrs old» Sensory Booster: 2-3 yrs old» Adventure Booster: 4-5 yrs old» Practice Booster: 7-8 yrs old
  • Starter Pack (0 yrs old)Parental GuidelinesFile/album and digital platform
  • Sensory Booster (2-3 yrs old)Parent / Child RelationshipSensory book/box - texture and sound
  • Adventure Booster (4-5 yrs)Childhood Adventures / Imaginary WorldsStorytelling toolkit - images and magic formulas
  • Practice Booster (7-8 yrs old)Growing Up / IndependenceGuide/sticker book to practical outdoor activities
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  • Business case» A walk in a park can have the same level of benefits as medication. ‘Natural’ environments in urban settings can increase the likelihood of physical activity and play.» Positive mental health is associated with enhanced psychosocial functioning, improved learning and academic achievement, increased participation in community life, reduced sickness absence, improved productivity...
  • Business case» In England, prescribing of ADHD drugs to under-16s went up by 33% between 2005 and 2007.» Mental illness is the single largest cost to the National Health Service (NHS) at £10.4 billion (10.8% of the NHS budget).