This free session will provide you with guidance and strategies to effectively create intergenerational awareness in your organization and/or community, paving the way for the successful implementation of your envisioned IG programs.
June 1st is recognized as Intergenerational Day, which celebrates and promotes respectful, purposeful connections between students and older adults in their communities.
This webinar profiles three Canadian intergenerational initiatives: LINKages Society of Alberta, Grandpals, and InterGenNS. In addition, the Intergenerational Evaluation Toolkit is introduced, which provides tools to help meet the needs of program providers and researchers committed to demonstrating the impact of intergenerational programming and understanding the practices by which outcomes are achieved.
June 1st is INTERGENERATIONAL DAY CANADA. Since 2010, this day has been officially recognized by 12 provinces and territories and over 100 Canadian cities.
AFC Webinar – Intergenerational Connections through the GrandPals Project: Insights, Discussion and Next Steps
This webinar will provide an introduction to intergenerational programming, share key learnings from a program called GrandPals and outline the connections with age friendly action plans. GrandPals is a successful, intergenerational program that started in 2010. It connects middle school students with older adults (55+) enabling learning, storytelling and meaningful friendships.