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Intergenerational programs

building a bridge across the generations : resources, training, and technical assistance from the Illinois Department on Aging

by Illinois. Department on Aging

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Published by Illinois Dept. on Aging in Springfield, IL] .
Written in English

  • Older volunteers in social service,
  • Intergenerational relations,
  • Children and older people,
  • Older volunteers in education

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesProject Success
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 folded sheet (6 pages) ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26468932M

      Every day, seniors and children do activities together, such as music class or painting. The center boasts over children on the waiting list. According to a report from Generations United, a group that promotes intergenerational programs, there are intergenerational “shared space” centers in . Intergenerational Programs Aging & Independence Services seeks to bring older adults and youth together in meaningful activities and services for the mutual benefit of both age groups. For more information send us an email or phone

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Vincent’s Intergenerational Learning Center. The University of Washington’s annual Elder Friendly Futures conference takes place this week and I’m speaking on a panel about intergenerational engagement. Intergenerational engagement is by far the best example of a strengths-based approach to aging that recognizes the enormous resource elders provide to their communities.

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The book also describes how community gardens can function as animated settings that bond and bridge the generations. One such example is an intergenerational partnership between young adult cancer survivors and Penn State Extension Master Gardeners that takes root at the Hershey Community Garden, located on the campus of Penn State Milton S.

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Launched with the support of the AARP Foundation, CIC’s Intergenerational Connections: Students Serving Older Adults project has created a national network of programs on independent college campuses through which students help low-income older adults (ages 50 and older) tackle key life challenges while the students acquire valuable service learning experience.

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In all cases, intergenerational activities can bring inspiring benefits to seniors, as well as to kids. The Benefits of Intergenerational Programs and Activities for Seniors and Youth When the older adults and the youth in our community get together, they are able to share very different and equally valuable perspectives.

Our intergenerational programs put us at the forefront of the Creative Aging field, bringing together adults and School One students to create art, stories, and foster shared understandings.

Since launching our program inwith funding from the Aroha Philanthropies and the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts, we have offered a variety. Ten studies evaluated children's outcomes outlining the positive impact of intergenerational programs upon children's perception of elderly.

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Additionally, when older adults imagine a positive encounter with a younger adult it can improve older adults’ performance on cognitive tests. Recommendations for Intergenerational ContactFile Size: 1MB.The Value of Intergenerational Programs Social connections between seniors and youth are no longer a natural occurrence in today’s North American society.

Most of us have little natural opportunity to live in a close-knit community where wisdom is shared between generations.