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World Poetry Day was declared by UNESCO in 1999 to show the diversity of language and culture through poetry. It has been said that poetry is a traditional, yet creative form of communication that unites people around the world. Poetry allows individuals to express their emotions, creative talents, whilst demonstrating diversity in culture and values.
At Trinity Homecare, we are proud to celebrate World Poetry Day and actively encourage our clients and care workers to immerse themselves in creative activities. Not only does creative writing stimulate the mind, but it is a healthy way of promoting positive wellbeing– especially during the pandemic.
Like many of our other creative activities, we encourage our staff and care workers to get involved. This year, both care workers and office staff have created thought evoking poems that reflect working in the care industry. Take a look at just a few of the poems that were submitted.
Written by Eliska, this beautiful poem talks of bird songs and the beauty of ageing.
-Written by Eliska
Written by care worker, Rose, this poem beautifully discusses the becoming of a care worker- otherwise known as “a superhero.”
-Written by Rose
This poem is written by care worker, Reelika, who talks of some of the experiences of being a carer and feeling comforted by her own loved ones.
-Written by Reelika
You don’t have to be a client or care worker to enjoy the fun activities and events that we get involved in. At Trinity Homecare, we truly believe in giving back to the community and are always here to offer advice, support, and sometimes just a natter with a cup of tea!
Whether you are looking for visiting care, live-in care or are merely wanting to get involved-head over to our friends of trinity page where you can see the latest online and face-to-face events we are holding.