Laurel School Students Visit, discuss empathy

Tuesday, September 5, 2017

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Many thanks to students from Laurel School who made their first of a few visits to Jennings today. They talked about health care employment and volunteering, but most importantly they had discussions about empathy. Jennings staff members introduced them to our organization and culture. The students then met residents and held engaging conversations around topics like:

  • Talk about a time you helped someone selflessly.
  • What is your most rewarding moment?
  • What was a time that you failed?

“The students from Laurel School were dynamic and very engaged in interacting with Jennings’ residents and each other to explore the topic of Empathy,” said Sister Valerie Sweeney, Director of Mission and Ministry at Jennings. “We look forward to having them return for more hands-on experiences.”

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