A really packed and exciting episode with David Williams, the CEO of St Monica Trust in Bristol, who shares how they came to be involved with the Channel 4 series "Old People's Home For 4 Year Olds" and we talk all about how to make intergenerational activities meaningful and consistent.
While I had a CEO on the show I really wanted to find out more about David's own journey in care too and the important lessons he'd learned along the way.
David tells some fantastic stories, shares so much advice and really was a gem to interview.
Watch Old People's Home For 4 Year Olds here
The St Monica Trust Guide To Intergenerational Activities is here
The documentary Happy which I mention is here
St Monica Trust website is here
Follow St Monica Trust on Twitter here
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As always, thank you for listening! Sophie