In the spirit of the holiday season, the special education intervention class from Mt. Pleasant High School in Mt. Pleasant, Tennessee spent an afternoon at Morning Pointe of Columbia (TN). The students even brought handmade cards and a huge basket of Hershey’s chocolate kisses for the assisted living and memory care community’s residents!
“The residents greatly enjoyed the visit, and the students were especially friendly!” says Bridget Barger, the Life Enrichment Director at Morning Pointe of Columbia. “Intergenerational activities are such a big part of what we do here at Morning Pointe because they benefit everyone involved. Not only are the residents’ lives enriched, but the young people who visit us are able to learn from the seniors. Thank you, Mt. Pleasant High, for the warm Christmas wishes!”
If you are interested in becoming a part of the intergenerational activities at Morning Pointe of Columbia, contact Bridget Barger by phone at (931) 388-2200 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photo Caption: Mt. Pleasant High School’s special education intervention class brought holiday gifts to the residents of Morning Pointe of Columbia, including handmade cards and Hershey’s chocolate kisses.