How intergenerational living benefits the ‘book-end’ generations

A new study by The Eisner Foundation found that "more than four in five Americans would prefer sending a senior loved one to a care setting with intergenerational interaction, and 74 percent felt age segregation was harmful." The report concludes "our increasing generational diversity should be seen not as a burden, but regarded as a national asset, and fully leveraged." The solution: promote intergenerational developments with all the mutual benefits they entail.

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