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Intergenerational programming

a how-to-do-it manual for librarians

by Rhea Joyce Rubin

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  • 22 Currently reading

Published by Neal-Schuman Publishers in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Public libraries -- United States,
    • Libraries and older people -- United States,
    • Children"s libraries -- United States,
    • Intergenerational relations -- United States

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 185-193) and index.

      StatementRhea Joyce Rubin.
      SeriesHow-to-do-it manuals for libraries ;, no. 36
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsZ711.7 .R83 1993
      The Physical Object
      Paginationix, 198 p. :
      Number of Pages198
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1418729M
      ISBN 101555701574
      LC Control Number93028617

      Intergenerational programming is beneficial for the community. Enhanced awareness, appreciation for organizations that cater to the needs of older adults, collaboration of community, and support for youth programs are all fostered through intergenerational-based approaches. Health Benefits. There is scarce information on how and why intergenerational programming (IG) contributes to psychosocial change, and a dearth of conceptually-driven IG in Singapore.

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      Get this from a library! Intergenerational programming: a how-to-do-it manual for librarians. [Rhea Joyce Rubin] -- Describes intergenerational programming and discusses its benefits for participants, library and community; presents planning and evaluation suggestions; details successful library-based. Jenkins-Dellmann, M. () A senior-centered model of intergenerational programming with young children, The Journal of Applied Gerontology, vol. 16, pp. 49 5-


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Written by an independent library consultant who specializes in such programming, this handbook is divided into four main parts: the what and why of intergenerational programming; who benefits and how; planning and evaluation suggestions with detailed worksheets to aid in the process; successful program models including literacy, pen pal, history, reading, and storytelling programs Cited by: 2.

This book gives a timely and much-needed synthesis of the mechanisms, potential targets of future interventions, and the challenges that need to be overcome in order to break the intergenerational cycle of : $ "Intergenerational programming as defined by the National Council on Aging is "activities or programs that increase cooperation, interaction, or exchange between any two generations.

It involves the sharing of skills, knowledge, or experience between young and old.". over the years. This Intergenerational Activities Sourcebook is rich with concrete exercises designed to break the ice and begin bringing the generations Intergenerational programming book.

It’s practical and as accessible to first timers as it is to seasoned pros. The book is a welcome addition to the growing body of work available for intergenerational professionals.

Benefits of Intergenerational Programming with Older Adults Pippin article by Werner, adults over the age of 55 went to recess with the students and helped them to maintain or lose weight, get away from the screens of their handheld devices and Author: Ellery Pippin.

implementing and evaluating intergenerational programming in your Intergenerational programming book. It includes practical tasks, worksheets and checklists to help guide you through the process.

With intergenerational programming the possibilities are unique to each community and, because of this diversity, this toolkit should be thought of as a starting point. The attachedFile Size: 1MB. The answer for us at Senior Lifestyle is known as intergenerational programming, which is a fancy way of saying that we help bring seniors and kids together to form fun and meaningful relationships.

Both groups have so much to teach and learn from each other that the result of these programs is always magical. everyone who had a hand in helping to build the first edition of Creating Caring Communities: a guide to establishing intergenerational programs for schools, care facilities and community groups.

Steering Committee Harry Adam Principal, Silver Star Elementary, Vernon Liam Arthurs Coordinator, BC Ministry of Education, Victoria. In intergenerational programs, the best of two generations are combined. Seniors carry wisdom and life experience, while kids and young adults understand aspects of today’s society like technology and social media.

Youth bring vigor and creativity to seniors and both generations can learn a great deal from one another. Mount St. Vincent’s Intergenerational Learning Center. The University of Washington’s annual Elder Friendly Futures conference takes place this week and I’m speaking on a panel about intergenerational engagement.

Intergenerational engagement is by far the best example of a strengths-based approach to aging that recognizes the enormous resource. Some What's and Why's of Intergenerational Programming Over the past two decades, there has been a growing body of literature which describes a trend in which young people (21 years of age and younger) and elderly people (60 years of age and older) are becoming increasingly separated in terms of living arrangements and recreational outlets.

This year we rebranded the event as a Family Book Discussion and attendance skyrocketed. Having other staff members who are passionate about intergenerational programming definitely helps in advocating to your administration.

The Head of Adult Programming at our library has offered a technology class called Juniors Helping Seniors. positive outcomes for all seniors who participate in intergenerational programming. Suggestions are made regarding ways to maximize positive outcomes while avoiding unintended negative effects in seniors who participate in such programs.

Address correspondence to D. Scott Herrmann, Superior Court of Arizona. Intergenerational Programming Bibliography (doc) Silver Kite Community Arts. SPARK Boxes – intergenerational arts kits; Bridges Together – conversation cards, booklists, activity ideas, including: Recipes for Intergenerational Success; Intergenerational Top Ten Book Lists; Intergenerational Activities at the Library; Ice Breakers.

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Click Download or Read Online button to INTERGENERATIONAL-PROGRAMMING-IN-LIBRARIES-A-MANUAL book pdf for free now. The impact of intergenerational programs on children and older adults: a review - Volume 30 Issue 4 - Maria Rosaria Gualano, Gianluca Voglino, Fabrizio Bert, Robin Thomas, Elisa Camussi, Roberta SiliquiniCited by: 6.

The purpose of the intergenerational program is to: Provide an opportunity for interaction between the Generations children and Mt.

Baker Care Center & Summit Place Assisted Living residents. Provide a method for establishing long-term relationships between residents and children that are mutually beneficial. “Intergenerational programming is an ideal way for seniors to continue learning, to be with younger people, and to avoid isolation or Author: Patrick Sisson.

True intergenerational programs are, as Nancy Henkin of Temple University says, “not nice, but necessary.” When implemented correctly and intentionally, intergenerational programs can provide a multiplier effect in which both children, especially those from low-income families and communities.

(toll free) or email at [email protected] SKIP stands for Seniors and Kids Intergenerational Programs. Our Programs bring together students of all ages with nursing/retirement home seniors.

Whether you’re a public school educator, a nursing home manager or an interested volunteer, we encourage your participation!. Learn how Golden Oaks, an assisted living community in Stillwater, OK, attached a pre-kindergarten class to bring seniors and children together.

Intergenerational Activity Ideas for Seniors and Youth to Do Together. Tucker is 6, and William is Tucker loves to go next door to spend time with his neighbor. At first, it was because William would always let him have three Twizzlers, but over time Tucker’s visits were planned because of the fun he had.Book Description.

Intergenerational Programs: Understanding What We Have Created focuses on research efforts to design, improve, and evaluate activities among younger and older individuals while examining how intergenerational activities impact children, families, and older adult participants.