My Service Learning Experience at Assisted Living at Evergreen. By: Shaina Kuhn.
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By: Shaina Kuhn
Some of the activities I got to help with for the residents included chair exercises, bingo, painting the ladies fingernails, and decorating the Christmas tree.
Bingo included chair exercises, bingo, painting the ladies fingernails, and decorating the Christmas tree.
Decorating the Christmas Tree
Progression of my painting appreciation for acts of kindness, I will try to incorporate it into my everyday life as well as in situations or other volunteering experiences.
One thing that I am particularly proud of is the Christmas scene picture I painted for the residents that will be hung up on the wall for all to see.
Finished Product appreciation for acts of kindness, I will try to incorporate it into my everyday life as well as in situations or other volunteering experiences.
I am particularly proud of this picture because I worked so hard on it and it can be hung on the wall so they can remember me by it. I am also proud of it because I feel like it is something they can look at and it could possibly bring them happiness and put them in the Christmas Spirit.
Finished Decorations home was making snowflakes, holly, and birds out of paper to decorate their tree. The tree is painted on the wall and they decorate it according to the changing seasons for the residents to enjoy. We changed it from fabulous fall to wonderful winter.