Intergenerational Programming

Earlier this summer I wrote a story about center in Southern California that combines a preschool and a senior day care facility. The two groups have their own uniques space where they hold their daily activities. But once a day they also come together for intergenerational programming – singing songs, cooking, walks around the neighborhood. Studies have shown that elder adults often live in isolation and intergenerational programming is one way to help that feeling of being all alone. Click on the link if you’d like to read more.

 

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