Francine and Mary Anne Levin visited at Genesis on Friday March 1st for app 40 min. we arrived at 4 pm , a good time as all the other activities are over and residents are gathered for dinner. she was a big hit and really seemed to enjoy interacting with people. Today March 11, we … Continue reading Genesis
Great visit today Skye joined Thunder for her first visit . Over 2 hrs of brightening people’s day patients and staff.
Truffle enjoyed her visit with the NHTI students and staff. She rolled out her repertoire of tricks and nosework feats. It was great to see Kathy VanWeelden and Mabel visiting too. Nancy
Our regular visit was today, but also I was asked to sub for the day in Gateway so I had the girls stay for the day. Lucy and May feel very at home in the High School and comfortable in whatever goes on in the classroom. They did their regular tasks and sometimes had breaks … Continue reading Kearsarge High School – Gateway Program
We never know what to expect when we enter into the classroom. Today was an off day for the students. One student had a difficult being gentle with May thou she seemed not to be too upset, being bopped on the nose. We did have to separate them for the rest of the visit. Another … Continue reading Kearsarge Middle School
Lucy, May and I were at the school all day. I was filling in for a teacher and brought the girls along for the day. We did our regular visits with the students, walking the hallways, get newspapers out to different classrooms, getting the mail to the teachers mailbox. The students and teachers love having … Continue reading Kearsarge High School – The Gateway Program
Reese made her first visit in a long time! Due to health issues she has not been visiting. Sunapee Cove was a perfect place for her to start up again. She’s getting older (12 1/2) and staying in the reception area greeting residents was perfect. Looking forward to visiting regularly now! Beth and Reese
CAP evaluated 5 new members this month. They all passed with flying colors and will be sharing the joy of their dogs with visits to local care facilities. Please welcome...
Well what an exciting time it was for us today!! May and Lucy did their different jobs with the students. May playing ball with any student that wanted some action. The ball playing has been valuable with a student that has a problem walking and when touching the dogs wants to grab them without being … Continue reading Kearsarge Middle School