Morning Pointe Residents Share the Spirit of Thanksgiving
Thanks to the residents of Morning Pointe of Chattanooga – Shallowford (TN), a flock of adorable flower pot turkeys found new homes over the Thanksgiving holiday. The spirit of the holidays moved the assisted living community’s residents to get crafty, so they decided to create something they could give to their loved ones, especially their grandchildren, to show their gratitude.
“Residents are gearing up for the holidays and couldn’t resist making these adorable turkey treats to give out for Thanksgiving,” says Holly Holcomb, the Life Enrichment Director at Morning Pointe of Chattanooga – Shallowford. “They [were] excited to share them with family […] when they visit[ed] for Thanksgiving.”
“The majority of our communities include spaces dedicated to creating art,” says Amy Clarke, the Vice President of Corporate Communications at Morning Pointe Senior Living. “Residents can initiate a project on their own, join in on instructive sessions, or watch local artists at work. Art is a recognized form of therapy, no matter a person’s level or ability, and often, these projects are on display in the community.”
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