Fingerprint keyrings made by St Helens ResidentsToday at Broadoak Manor residential, general nursing, residential memory care and nursing memory care home, in St Helens, Residents have been testing their creativity skills by creating some beautiful keyrings for their loved ones. 

All Residents got to do a fingerprint stamped onto a lovely little keyring in the shape of a love heart. These were then accompanied with a poem and sent to Relatives and loved ones.

Anne Dackombe, who lives at Broadoak Manor, said she loved the idea. 

Scott O'Neill, Financial Administrator, commented, “It will be an amazing gift to treasure for the Relatives and Residents really enjoyed this activity. 
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