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Resources from the Intergenerational Center are now available at gu.org.

Sunday, January 21, 2018
Intergenerational Programming in Senior Housing: From Promise to Practice
The new report describes the findings from a year-long study on the nature and extent of intergenerational programming in senior housing that was conducted by Generations United and LeadingAge, with support from the Retirement Research Foundation.

The report also highlights challenges and effective strategies for overcoming barriers, and identifies technical assistance needs. Finally, it includes four “Spotlights” which focus on different ways providers can integrate multigenerational activities into senior housing. Learn more.
News
In her Huffington Post blog, Donna Butts explains the key role immunizations play in creating healthy communities for people of all ages. Learn more.

Read this Q&A  on D.O. v. Glisson from Generations United about the impact of the decision on children inside and outside of Kentucky.
Download our report, In Loving Arms: The Protective Role of Grandparents and Other Relatives in Raising Children Exposed to Trauama.

Watch our animated video on the value of intergenerational communities. 

We're honored to be the recipient of The 2015 Eisner Prize for Lifetime Achievement in Intergenerational Advocacy! Check out the video

Read the latest blog on The Huffington Post from Generations United's Executive Director Donna Butts.

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