McGuire said the residents may be in a shelter, but it’s just a transitional period for them. It’s all the more reason why they need love, support and respect.
The students and residents are experiencing life together, she said.
That’s part of the reason Morris said they connect with the residents so well.
“It’s interesting because they’re in a transition stage of their lives and so are we,” he said. “We know we won’t be in contact forever, but we’re happy to be while we are.”
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