Learning the Essentials Elements of Intergenerational Programming
Learning the Essential Elements of Intergenerational Programming: Develop approaches that build the capacity of people of all ages to work together on solutions to your community's needs. The modules below provide an introductory overview of intergenerational program development. For a preview of this toolkit, click here. To learn more, please e-mail or call Andrea Taylor: email@example.com or (215) 204-6708.
Getting Started - A basic framework, tools and sample models will help guide intergenerational program development.
Designing Your Program - Partnerships and careful planning are the building blocks for developing successful programs.
Recruiting Participants - Strong, effective intergenerational programs rely on committed, well-trained volunteers of all ages.
Providing Training & Support - Sustainable intergenerational programs require vigilance and oversight and volunteers need training and on-going support.
- Evaluating and Sustaining your Program - A plan is essential for sustaining your program and a key component is demonstrating value, both in terms of the experience for participants and the impact and outcomes for individuals, organizations and communities.