Our mother's care home asked for feedback at the resdidents and family meeting about what to spend funding on regarding wellbeing activities. Can any recommend any case studies for consideration. They have a sensory garden already, which will be getting a refresh. But the majority do not venture outside. Our mother does, and is earlyish stage dementia, but we're thinking if there can be activities which have a broader benefit too, where all the residents with a range of dementia. They are learning lessons from previous projects, e.g. They designed and built a shop in the outside garden, which for a variety of reasons has not been used. Therefore they don't want to waste money on expensive capital projects. It feels to me, that what would benefit all, would be ongoing support by a professional(s) for an ongoing project. Would be great if the staff benefit from this too . The home is based in north Midlands. Any ideas, particularly from professional researchers, welcome.