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This Assisted Living Facility Took ‘back-to-school’ Photos Of Its Residents And They’re Amazing

Posted: 9:35 AM, Aug 30, 2019
Updated: 2019-08-30 23:15:13-04
This Assisted Living Facility Took ‘back-to-school’ Photos Of Its Residents And They’re Amazing

There are plenty of adorable photos on social media of kids starting the new school year, but we may have just found the most endearing “back-to-school” photos of all.

Garden View Assisted Living in Carroll, Iowa wins for having the cutest photos — the staff took pictures of the residents there and posted them with the hashtags #youngatheart and #lifelonglearners. The photos are so fun!

Each resident is holding a sign, similar to what children hold for their first-day photos. The Garden View residents’ signs include their names and ages and the years that they finished high school.

The assisted living center posted the photos to Facebook:

Each resident offered advice for current students, such as this piece of wisdom from Arlene, who is 93 years old: “Pay attention when your teachers talk.”

Here she is in her Facebook photo:

Check out the advice from Loretta, who listed her age as 94 and 3/4:

 

Garden View Assisted Living has a very lively Facebook page . It often showcases residents on their birthdays and during other events at the living facility.

Check out this post featuring fresh produce from the facility’s garden:

And this one capturing a “sexy leg contest” the facility conducted in honor of its state fair:

The Garden View Assisted Living social activities leader knows how to encourage residents to stay active!

We would all be lucky to live in a place like Garden View. Who wouldn’t want to be serenaded on their birthday by an entire community of friends, like 89-year-old Dolores was?

The facility even invites members of the public to sit on its porch or stroll along a path on the grounds. It looks like an amazing way to relax:

Kudos to this assisted living center for its efforts to provide a comfortable and social environment for its residents and their families. Amazing!

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