Finally Spring! Not too hot, too cold, too buggy, or too wet.
Jana and Julia assess a potential new participant.
Everyone at OSIP donned comical red noses to have a little fun and support Red Nose Day, a charity event organized by Comic Relief that raises money for children in need.
Thank you goes out to the Green Mountain United Way for approving a grant request for $250.00 to help support participant health programs. Betty is seen here enjoying a hydro-massage. Participants utilize the hydro-massage and stretching techniques so they can improve or maintain their current level of activities of daily living.
Participants make some Easter decorations.
Our neighbor and participant Bernard Thurston turned 89 the other day. We celebrated with a tasty lunch and birthday dessert, and of course, a lovely custom party hat.
Greg and Barbara sharing a dance.
We are very grateful for our community. Just before Christmas the Newbury Elementary school children came to OSIP to share songs and treats with our participants. Fun was had by all.
Brian and Theresa do their best to bring the luck of the Irish to OSIP