RAMAKRISHNA SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL
M- BLOCK VIKASPURI, NEW DELHI -18
OCTOBER 1, 2020
INTERNATIONAL DAY FOR THE ELDERLY
WRINKLES SHOULD MERELY INDICATE WHERE THE SMILES HAVE BEEN.
Each year, the International Day for Elderly is observed around the world on October 1st. It is a United Nations designated day to focus on the well-being of the elderly people.The UN General Assembly designated October 1 as the International Day of Older Persons on December 14, 1990.
Senior citizens globally have been the worst-hit by the COVID-19 pandemic as experts have said. They are the most vulnerable with age-related comorbidities. In these unprecedented times, loneliness and mental health issues of the elderly people need special attention.
Following the approach of improving the lives of elderly and to make them feel special, RKS has taken initiative to instil in our students love and respect for the elderly people of the society.
As elderly people in the family can get quite lonely even in a room full of people assometimes they can’t hear properly or follow conversation. To show your loved elderly family member/members that you really care, the following activities are to be performed
TOPIC: INTERNATIONAL DAY FOR THE ELDERLY
Class I – IV : Arrange a virtual party and help them meet relatives and friends staying in different cities. Click pictures of the virtual meet and make a collage of it and upload it.
Classes V – VIII : Prepare their favourite food and play the kind of music they like and make them feel special. Click pictures of the same, prepare a photo album of minimum 5 pictures and maximum 10 and upload the same.
Classes IX – XII : See old photos together and encourage them to talk about interesting incidents in their life. Write a paragraph about the same in 100-120 words on an A4 sized sheet to be uploaded.
Below is the link where the different activities are to be uploaded.
Last date of submission: October 10, 2020.