Celebrating Global Intergenerational Week 2024

As Global Intergenerational Week 2024 comes to an end, we are sharing some heartwarming stories from our communities to highlight the benefits of the connections between the young, the old and the in between! #GIW24

Deer Park View has been involved in the setup of community rehabilitation placements, as part of a new collaboration between three local care homes and St Mary’s University.

Read more here: Collaboration with university proves successful – Aria Care

Thames View received a visit from the children from St Paul’s Catholic Primary School to sing for the residents followed by a chat!

Magna Care Centre have hosted their first bi-weekly Chitter Chatter Club.

Find out more: Chitter Chatter Club success at Magna – Aria Care

At Coxhill Manor, they call this ‘Intergenerational Jenga’!

This type of game promotes physical coordination and concentration for all ages.

Over Easter, the residents at Belmont House enjoyed hiding eggs around the home for the children’s Easter egg hunt which got very competitive!

Family Easter celebrations at Belmont House – Aria Care

During National Storytelling Week in February, the children from Busy Bees Camberley came along to Kingsclear read their favourite books to the residents.