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Students from Helena College completed a 6 week program to make Memory Books for clients in our People with Disability program. During the program, students met with our clients and got to know each other and their interests. The result was 10 wonderful memory books filled with pictures of family, friends, hobbies and favourite things.

Students and people we support in a room with memory booksThe talented students put in a great deal of thought, effort and enthusiasm to create the memory books and for that, Rise and the people we support were extremely grateful.

To present the completed memory books, Helena College hosted an afternoon tea with students and invited the recipients of the memory books along.

Memory books are a great way to help a person with a disability tell their story. Visit our Causes page to find out more about how you can help purchase materials to create these memory books.

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