BROCKTON, MA — With Assisted Living Communities and Nursing Homes restricting visitors, Heights Crossing found a creative way for families to spend at least part of Easter with their loved ones.
On Easter Sunday, family and friends decorated their cars with paint, balloons and signs and drove around the senior community in an “Easter Car Parade”. Residents lit up upon seeing their children, grandchildren, nieces and nephews.
The turnout for the parade was impressive, with more than 20 vehicles participating. For Heights, it was a chance to spread joy and hope during an otherwise unpredictable time for many.
“While so many families couldn’t be together physically today, we thought it was important that we still celebrated as a community,” said Assistant Executive Director Kathy Hermanson. “Seeing their loved ones drive by with decorations and warm wishes really lifted residents’ spirits.”
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