In a mission to help the elderly feel more connected and loved this Easter, Home Instead Solihull joined forces with Solihull Karate, Highters Heath Community School and Ships
To spread a little happiness and positivity in the community, local children were asked to design an Easter card and write a note inside for Home Instead clients who may be living alone and feel particularly isolated at this time.
All clients received a handwritten letter; everyone was over the moon.
David Dunn, owner of Home Instead Solihull, commented: “We have seen first-hand how hard lockdown has been for seniors, many of whom have had to shield and have been unable to see family members for months at a time.
“The lovely Easter cards have brought big smiles to the face of our clients, really cheering them up during a difficult time.”
Miss Law from Shipston Primary School said: “The children loved spending time designing and making their cards. Lots of them were very keen to write positive messages to cheer up the clients after a tough year.”
David continued: “We would like to thank Solihull Karate, Highters Heath Community School and Shipston Primary School for joining us on our mission to help our clients feel more connected and loved this Easter.”
To find out more about their services and how they can help you or a loved one, please call 01564 330 395 or visit https://www.homeinstead.co.uk/solihull/