Selby Freemasons have helped to provide a mobile interactive touchscreen table to assist the residents of Firth House.
The interactive table helps residents to socialise and interact with family and friends in the community. The £4,500 table was bought from funds raised by the staff at Firth House, Anchor Care Group and donations from the Masonic Community in Selby. Team leader at Firth House, Claire Cawthray said: “The table has made a big difference. “The residents really enjoy using it to speak with family, play the piano and complete brain teasers.”
David Simpson, The Secretary of the Lodge of St Germain, said: “We are very pleased to be able to help Firth House reach their target and so improve the quality of life for the residents.”
Firth House thank the Freemasons for this gift. Claire Cawthray, Selby Freemasons David Simpson, Paul Hanley, David Morton, and John Hunt, with carers Janice Kember and Chris Smith, and residents Zita, Sylvia, and Breda. (25-08-109 SU)