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    Wed 10-Mar-21

    We had a wonderful morning with our friends at McQuoin Aged Care Centre and our Parramatta Start Strong Playgroup.


    The hybrid face-to-face and Virtual Playgroup session was a collaborative effort with our wonderful partners at LEGO who supplied mountains of DUPLO for both groups to play with.


    The children so enjoyed meeting their new friends with one of our participants, Harry exclaiming, "Mum is that Nanna?"


    Intergenerational Playgroups are a wonderful opportunity to connect older Australians with the younger generation and give them a renewed sense of respect as well as an understanding of new technologies and parenting techniques. It's also educational for our younger participants to learn how to engage with elders.

     

  • Playgroup NSW

    Wed 10-Mar-21

    Belinda Woolford, CEO of Ronald McDonald House Charities, Simon Pryce, Red Wiggle and Nadene Lee, CEO of Playgroup NSW would like to personally thank everyone who joined our very special Children’s Week Virtual Playgroup.


    Playgroup NSW would also like to wish everyone a wonderful Children’s Week and we are so glad we could bring this special event live to the children at Ronald McDonald House and celebrate our new partnership together. We'd also like to thank The Sydney Zoo and our special guest Matilda the wombat!

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