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Local Care Home Embraces Flower Power

Residents at Austen House in Lower Earley, Reading celebrated International Flower Day which took place on January 19th.

International Flower Day promotes the psychological boost that flowers can give to people. From growing and nurturing plants and flowers, to gifting flowers to show love and appreciation, and sometimes just the simple act of admiring their beauty – flowers have the power to make someone’s day.

Residents took part in flower-based activities throughout the day including a flower arranging session, reminiscing about their gardens/flowers in the home’s garden and a flower quiz which everyone really enjoyed. Their collective knowledge about flowers gained from years of gardening experience was very impressive.

Seva Hashimova, General Manager at Austen House said:
“Our garden is a much loved space, residents really enjoy looking after the plants and flowers and watching them grow and change through the seasons. We don’t have many flowers at the moment so our residents very much enjoying and arranging flower session and reminiscing about their favourite flowers.”








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