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COVID-19 and Intergenerational Shared Sites: Lessons on promoting connections between young and old during a pandemic and beyond
Join Generations United and The Eisner Foundation for a virtual briefing co-sponsored by the office of U.S. Senator Bob Casey for policymakers and advocates about the value of intergenerational shared sites in serving young and old throughout the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond. Recognized in the Older Americans Act, intergenerational shared sites - or settings where children, youth, and older adults participate in services and/or programs concurrently in the same space - have shown to increase wellbeing of participants of all ages while maximizing organizational and community resources. The program will include an overview of what we're learning from shared sites during the COVID-19 pandemic and speakers from shared sites that have adapted and/or served during the pandemic.

Speakers include:
U.S. Senator Bob Casey, Pennsylvania
Lynette M. Fraga, CEO, Child Care Aware® of America and Member of Generations United Board of Directors
Trent Stamp, CEO, The Eisner Foundation
Samantha Koehler, Senior Policy Aide, U.S. Senate Special Committee On Aging
Donna M. Butts, Executive Director, Generations United
Colleen Farrell, Public Relations Manager, Providence Mount St. Vincent, Seattle, WA
Elsa and Scott Detweiler, Family Members, ONEgeneration, Van Nuys, CA
Suzanne Lair, Site Principal, Jenks West Elementary, Jenks, OK

Oct 20, 2020 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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