Cupid replaced by Visiting "Angels" this Valentine's Day!

On a normal Valentine's Day Cupid can be very busy, however this year he has enlisted the help of “Angels!" Valentine’s Day can often bring feelings of loneliness for individuals spending the holiday by themselves, especially seniors living alone. This year Visiting "Angels" are surprising seniors with its “Blossoms of Love” program where caregivers drop in with a bouquet of flowers to seniors reminding them as their “Angel” we are always with them.

Flowers can help brighten up a senior’s day.  Visiting Angels in Auburn is delivering beautiful bouquets of flowers to numerous clients that may be widowed, live alone or their family is out of state during the holiday season. Studies show that upon receipt of flowers seniors experience an immediate increase in happiness, become more engaged in social activity and can even help seniors perform higher on memory tasks.

“Putting a smile on the faces of our clients is a priority,” says Debra Desrosiers, CSA, CADC, Director of Visiting Angels in Auburn. “Blossoms of Love, not only allows our caregivers to show how much we care, but to make someone who may be alone feel extra special this Valentine’s Day.”

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Bea L.
Merrimack, NH

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Ginny G.
Manchester, NH

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Madelyn L.
Bow, NH

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Dorothy A.
Goffstown, NH

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