Carers from The Great Care Co-op, Dalkey, have introduced a brand-new neighborhood involvement effort in the kind of a postcard project, composes Amy Rohu.
The goal of the campaign is to spread out positive messages to aid combat the loneliness and isolation many individuals have experience during the Covid-19 pandemic. The postcard, which is developed on eco-friendly seeded paper, can then be grown in the ground.
Mentioning the launch, Danielle Neilson, carer with The Great Treatment Co-op said: “Many individuals are feeling lonely as well as isolated as a result of Covid, specifically older people, and also many individuals in the community have actually tipped up to help. We wish to promote this neighborhood spirit. The intention is to send out a message of appreciation to an enjoyed one or neighbour that has been useful or kind to you throughout the pandemic. The postcard can then be directly grown into the ground or right into a pot and also you can watch it turn into a living message of love and also many thanks, which can be supported and valued. People can share these pictures with us on our Facebook web page. Any person and everyone can get entailed. Individuals can get in touch with us for more details”.
The Great Care Co-Op, which supplies care in peoples houses, is a brand-new technique to house care in the area and was developed by migrant home care workers in July 2020. It is a not for profit social business with all revenues being reinvested into the business. Their aim is to give fantastic care for those who require it along with fair working problems, pension plans as well as training for their team.
To discover exactly how you can get entailed with the postcard project as well as to find out more, see www.tgcc.ie.