As a part of an intergenerational program between Hardi Blacktown and local day-care centers, a group of toddlers from Rose of Sharon early Learning Centre visited our home during the month of November. We were lucky enough to have 9 toddlers and 3 educators spend the day with our residents to help get them energised. You could see from the moment they walk in the door residents wanted to get more active so they could play and spend time with them. It was such a remarkable, happy moment for our residents, as they got to spend so much time with the little toddlers while engaging and entertaining them through different kinds of activities such as colouring, playing table games, toys and reading stories. Resident Pat Haywood stated, “it was beautiful to see the children and being given the opportunity to spend one-to-one time with them talking and helping them colour in Christmas templates”.