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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