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Gardening as Occupational Therapy During WWI

1910s
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An amputee takes part in gardening as part of occupational therapy during World War I.

Occupational therapy clients at Walter Reed General Hospital in Washington, D.C., participated in gardening as part of their rehabilitation. Here a man who has lost an arm works in a green house.

Source: National Museum of Health and Medicine

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