If you have ever brought a young child to a nursing home you will have noticed how the faces of the residents light up with new life. It is a pity that no one has thought of bringing young children from orphanages to nursing homes. It would benefit the old folk as well as these children who often don’t receive enough affection and cuddles. Many of the residents of nursing homes could be stand in grandparents for the orphans.
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The children do not need to be from orphanages. If people brought their own children, it would be as beneficial!