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Intergenerational Programs and Seniors

Intergenerationality, or the interactions between people of different ages, is essential to well-being and life satisfaction. While seniors and younger generations can benefit from intergenerational relationships, it may be difficult for families to develop and maintain meaningful connections. Societally, young people and older adults are becoming increasingly separated in living arrangements and choice of activity…

Indoor Gardening for Seniors

Seniors looking for enjoyable, low-impact activities can consider gardening a top choice. Gardening is a leisurely past-time that has monumental impacts on older adults’ physical and mental health, emotional well-being, and life goals and meaning. Unfortunately, many older adults believe they cannot take up gardening due to a lack of outdoor space or mobility issues….

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