St Josephs bring joy to Sundridge Court

The residents at Sundridge Court Nursing Home in Bromley were paid a visit by the children at St Joseph’s Primary School this week.

Old and young can bring new energy, knowledge and enthusiasm to each others’ lives. These interactions can have fantastic benefits for each generation. Studies have shown that activities that include children and older adults can increase self-esteem and promote friendships. This can in turn give older people feelings of accomplishment or success. Intergenerational activities show elders that they are valued as individuals and still possess lifelong skills that can be shared with others.

The children performed Christmas carols for the residents who happily sang along and remembered words to the old favourites, and they hung on every sweet word they sang. After singing the children and residents enjoyed a drink and cake before they left to go home.

Sundridge provides residential and nursing care in a purpose built environment for up to 28 elderly people.

If you would like to find out more about life at Sundridge and the care we offer, or to request a meeting with our Home Manager, please contact us on 0808 223 5539 or sundridge@CaringHomes.org.

Sundridge Court

Home Manager

Theresa Afodume

Address

19 Edward Road,
Bromley,
Kent,
BR1 3NG

Contact
0808 223 5539
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