The Wheels of Change

Thirty years ago, the lovely residents at Amana Living’s Moline House in Karrinyup would visit St. Mary’s Anglican Girls School to teach the young students craft skills such as needle work and knitting.  View the link to read an article about how the St. Mary’s students in 2016 are now sharing their skills and knowledge of our ever changing digital world with the residents at Moline House. A wonderful program involving Year 8 – 10 students, to assist the seniors in one on one technology training sessions.

http://www.communitynews.com.au/stirling-times/news/amana-living-seniors-guided-by-st-marys-students-2/

 

 

 

 

 

 

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