After 10 years, this will be EMIL’s final Newsletter and the network will no longer be active after September, 2018. Therefore, I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone involved with the EMIL network since 2008, including both funders – Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation and the Beth Johnson Foundation, as well as a number … Read more
Last month, three Little Brothers’ elders visited three kindergarten classrooms at the Latin School of Chicago, where they shared about their life experiences. An annual event through Little Brothers – Friends of the Elderly’s Intergenerational Program, these visits are planned to help young children feel more at ease around older generations and realize there’s not … Read more
Are you interested in bringing older adults and young children together to share knowledge, skills, values and have fun? If yes, then the TOY online course “Together Old and Young: An Intergenerational Approach”is what you are looking for! The aim – Through this online course you will learn about intergenerational practice with young children (0 … Read more
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EMIL’s latest edition of the newsletter is now available and focuses on a number innovative International projects including Apples and Honey Nightingale – UK’s first care-home nursery and Innovative Intergenerational Living Concepts in Singapore as well as a number of interesting reports: MIXING MATTERS REPORT– How Shared Sites can Bring Older and Younger People … Read more