How uniting kids, elders helps both – California Health Report

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The Power of Intergenerational Programs:

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     I found this report through my friends at EngAGE, the wonderful program that brings the arts to seniors in affordable assisted living in California. Check out their programs and others bringing young people and seniors together and supported by the Eisner Foundation in this report from California Health.

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“By Matt Perry It’s a solution for two problems at once: children desperately need mentors to guide them, and isolated seniors yearn for more connection and meaning. The growing intergenerational activities movement received a powerful jolt last year when the Los Angeles-based Eisner Foundation sharpened its focus to solely support intergenerational programming. “We’ve very excited […]”

Source: How uniting kids, elders helps both – California Health Report

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The Creative Apothecary Applauds the Work of the Eisner Foundation!

 

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