Who says the young and the older generation have nothing in common! Intergenerational activity is so important and has great benefits for all involved. Isn’t it fantastic? It’s the highlight of my week” says 89-year-old Fay Garcia, while bouncing baby Sasha on her knee. “It’s like being reborn.” Read more here.
Read about us in this special supplement of Wiltshire Life! http://flickread.com/edition/PensordFreeLibrary/595fa6ec21cd2/ As well as new volunteers, we always appreciate other help with our work, including donations, professional help and local assistance with publicity and support. If you think you might be able to help us in this way, please contact Norman, our Chair, on…
In Salisbury (our first centre), our volunteers continue their work with local care homes. They are keen to improve their understanding of the needs of residents in care homes, and the potential for improving their lives. They regularly meet together with our volunteer coordinator. We will shortly be providing further dementia training for them.
We are pleased to announce that we have now started our new venture in Chippenham. We have enrolled a wonderful group of volunteers who will be working with us to bring joy and happiness to older people in care homes in the town.