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“Everyone screams for ice cream,” or so the saying goes. The love of ice cream certainly covers all ages and all walks of life; there seems to be something timeless about enjoying that sweet frozen treat on a hot summer day. With that in mind, and since July is National Ice Cream Month, the staff members and senior residents of Sonoma House Assisted Living and Alzheimer’s Care in Carrollton, a senior living community with a unique person-centered approach, decided to host a fun-filled intergenerational event to commemorate the month. The seniors and staff recently took a trip to the Carrollton Montessori School and indulged their sweet tooth with the children there as they made ice cream sundaes, interacted with the children, enjoyed live music and were entertained by a balloon artist. This was the first intergenerational event between Sonoma House Assisted Living and Alzheimer’s Care and the Carrollton Montessori School, but it marks the beginning of a special partnership that will involve many more similar activities in the future.

Jan Brooks, administrative director of Carrollton Montessori School, also was thrilled at the idea of more opportunities like this in the future. Studies show that interaction between young children and older adults create purpose and can have significant health benefits for the seniors based on the excitement and energy levels they are experiencing with the kids. In addition, they have the chance to see the world from a younger perspective. It can reduce depression, keep the seniors interactive, enhance socialization and allow them to be a positive influence on the younger generation as they exchange skills, knowledge and stories.

“It was a pleasure working with the entire Sonoma House team and all of the residents,” said Brooks. “I think this is just the beginning of a fabulous collaboration, and we’re excited about what we can plan together next time.”

Spud Curtis, a seasoned local entertainer, provided music and songs encouraging everyone to sing along, and Ben Balloons filled the room with all kinds of animal-shaped balloons for attendees to take home.