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3 September 2018 | Aged Care

Immanuel Gardens – School visits create new friendships

Regular visits from the local Cabooolture Kindergarten to St Paul’s Aged Care means new friendships are being forged, despite the age gaps.

St Paul’s resident Olive Reynolds has made a great impression on four year old Melody Webber who regularly visits the facility with her classmates.

The two read, draw and play together in a relationship that benefits both.

Mrs Reynolds says the friendship with Melody makes her feel younger.

Fostering connections between generations is a positive action that is meaningful and enriching.

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