When different generations work together, you can prevent unnatural age segregation and apply the strengths of one generation to meet the needs of another. For our children, these activities can enhance their social skills, improve academic performance, decrease drug use and increase stability.
For older adults, like our parents and grandparents, these activities can enhance socialization, stimulate learning, increase emotional support and improve health. You can learn more here: Benefits of Intergenerational Activities
Do any of my readers have tips on how we an increase intergenerational activities at home? Maybe they can do something that is truly win-win and do something to help the environment, since it is something all generations have in common. What ideas do you have?
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