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Screen Shot 2016 05 31 at 4.52.26 PM"This guide supplements the Intergenerational Community Guide and provides:

  • A suggested approach to conducting an intergenerational workshop, should your CRN be interested in presenting one.
  • A starting point for generating ideas for projects in your CRN.
  • Suggestions on age-appropriate/stage appropriate intergenerational activities.
  • Short stories – called Reflection Points – to illustrate intergenerational theory and concepts, and generate further discussion and thinking.
  • Lists of resources where you can find more information.

    NOTE: It’s Not Right! is referenced throughout this document. This training is not a prerequisite for intergenerational work. 

How to Use this Guide Use this guide:

  • To jumpstart your workshop planning, if a workshops is something your CRN wants to do.
  • As a starting point for any intergenerational presentations your CRN may want to do.
  • For inspiration on any intergenerational activities your CRN may want to pursue

    All recommendations in this document and the intergenerational resources cited have been field-tested. Please select only the ideas that will work for your community. 

Who this Guide is For?

  • Mentors.
  • Coordinators.
  • Other affiliated community groups."

The Intergenerational Community Guide, Intergenerational Activities Resources Kit, and supplementary materials were funded by the BC Association of Community Response Networks (BC CRN).

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Screen Shot 2016 05 31 at 4.35.09 PM"The Intergenerational Community Guide is intended to provide background information on the nature of intergenerational relationship building, including:

  • Intergenerational theory.
  • Process for incorporating intergenerational activities into your CRN’s plans.
  • Intergenerational activity ideas.

This guide offers a positive approach to combating mistreatment of all ages, and broadens the work of It’s Not Right! Friends, Families, and Neighbours. 

 How to Use this Guide Use this guide:

  • To learn more about intergenerational theory and best practice.
  • For ideas on intergenerational activities and how to incorporate them into your CRN’s project plans.

Who this Guide is For?

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BC CRN Toolkit"The Community Response Network Tool Kit was first published in the Fall of 2001; that version of the Tool Kit may be found under "Older Documents". The Tool Kit was republished in 2015.This Tool Kit is comprised of eight chapters; it can be read from beginning to end, and we hope you will read all of it at some point, but it can also be read in any way that meets your needs. The first 3 chapters, though, are very important and will lay the foundation for a healthy start. This is an update of the original Community Response Network Toolkit published in the 1990s by the Public Guardian and Trustee of BC. Since that time, we have learned and developed a great deal of information that may be helpful to you in your CRN work. The original CRN Toolkit was a much lengthier document. We have reduced the content but have provided links throughout for people to seek further detail on a number of topics. If you want more information, click on the embedded links. Use them or explore the BC CRN website or other sources for what you need."

Source: BC Association of Community Response Networks

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The following resource is part of the Family Violence Initiative, funded by the RCMP. Find similar tools by searching for the FVIF tag or consult the list of available resources.

Screen Shot 2015 11 24 at 12.25.03 PMA Guide to Establishing Support Groups at Seniors Independently Housing Facilities

"This guidebook is the culmination of a twelve month project by the BC Centre for Elder Advocacy and Support (BCCEAS). The Building Community Bridges: Outreach to Older Women Project was funded by the 2011 Domestic Violence Prevention Response Fund of the Victim Service & Crime Prevention Division, Ministry of Justice, Province of British Columbia. The project was designed to address an unmet need by facilitating the development of support systems for older adult women who may be victims of domestic violence and other forms of abuse. Older adults who have experienced domestic violence and abuse are often isolated and unwilling to disclose abuse to professionals or their peers. The aim of the project was to connect older adult women with their peers in a comfortable and familiar environment in order to break down social isolation and increase the likelihood that they would be able to access the justice system." 

Source: BC Centre for Elder Advocacy and Support

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Winnipeg Health Authority Toolkit"The purpose of the Respectful Communities toolkit is to provide older adults, service providers and community partners with information and resources to prevent and respond to bullying behaviour in a community setting."

For more information and to see the toolkit, please click the link below. 


Source: Winnipeg Regional Health Authority  


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