Cross Generational Smiles and Flowers

Cross Generational Smiles and Flowers

Spending quality time with different generations is a win-win! ūüĆü Young and old, coming together brings so much happiness. Kids’ energy is contagious and can uplift seniors’ spirits. Studies even prove that bridging generations boosts confidence, communication, and memory! But it’s not a one-way street! Children also gain from these bonds. Some might not have grandparents, and connecting with elders in the community has tons of perks. Seniors share wisdom and enhance academic skills. Plus, their patience and listening skills are top-notch. They truly give kids their undivided attention, something parents and teachers know is priceless! Below are some more photos from Beaumont Primary School grade 0’s who visited our Assisted Living residents from HSFA’s Robari Lodge and Silver Oaks Lodge and brought flowers, singing and happiness to our wise ones! #GenerationsTogether #WisdomSharing #CommunityLove”

Beaumont Primary gives HSFA cuddles

Beaumont Primary gives HSFA cuddles

Beaumont Primary School have always had a special relationship with the HSFA and frequent our halls singing in concerts or providing us with flowers. Beaumont provided the HSFA beautiful Christmas Gift Bags full of toiletries and treats. All 620 residents also received BEAUTIFULLY DESIGNED cards from the pupils of Beaumont! The gift bags were delivered to those residents who have no family and/or financial support, and the recipients were very grateful for this generosity. Thank you to all the Beaumont families, the Head Boys and Head Girls (Nathan Nissen, Jamie Wege, Klara Korber and Nina van Reenen) as well as Dez Struwig who manages the programme and Dwain Brown, the new Headmaster of Beaumont Primary. It is hard to describe the delight on the faces of our residents who received the gifts. Thank you!

Thank you Beaumont pupils

Thank you Beaumont pupils

Another touching moment is seeing the residents of Frail Care opening and reading Christmas cards written and designed by the Beaumont Primary School pupils. The scholars kindly made over 1000 handcrafted Christmas cards for the residents of the HSFA. Once again, they also donated boxes of biscuits. Thanks goes to the children as well as the inspiring headmaster Mr Gordon Reddell and to the lovely Mrs Dez Struwig. See below Hanlie Theron, Frail Care Unit Manager of the HSFA receiving the donations. #kindnesstoelderly #christmas2021

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