intergeneration

intergeneration

(ˌɪntəˌdʒɛnəˈreɪʃən)
adj
involving or occurring between people of different generations
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More people than ever are aware of dementia and the issues it raises for individuals and their families, so our work through the Intergeneration Dementia Choir is more vital than ever."
"We are the first nursing home in Oklahoma to implement the intergeneration living concept," said CHVR Executive Director Dee Henderson.
Intergeneration living and working has diminished in recent decades and society is poorer as a result.
Projects in partnership with Open University to the Third Age (UATI) have also guided interprofessional learning based on an intergeneration experience: university students, teachers and UATI students cohabit, share multiple knowledge and reach new understandings on the objects of study.
In addition to Meals on Wheels drivers, KSC is always in need of volunteers for our Community Dining locations to help serve food and volunteer for our Intergeneration Activities by creating holiday cards, birthday cards and crafts for our seniors.
Lim explained that intergeneration equity means present and future generations should continue to benefit from whatever natural wealth there are to exploit, which goes beyond the current benchmark of gunning for social equity here and now.
In conjunction with other researchers, they further studied a series of time-dependent NDP problems, including budget sensitivity analysis among users, private toll road operators, and the government [41]; the trade-off between the social and financial aspects of three possible network improvement strategies under demand and the value of time uncertainty [42]; the trade-off between social benefit and intergeneration equity [38]; cost recovery issues over time [40, 43]; land-use transport interaction over time [44]; sustainability with land-use transport interaction over time [45]; health impacts attributable to network construction [46]; and a multiobjective time-dependent model to determine the sequence of link expansion projects and link construction projects [47].
Therefore, governments should implement family-oriented policies that lead to self-sufficient and resilient families, healthy and educated children, gender equality and stronger intergeneration bond.
Intergeneration social support affects the subjective well-being of the elderly: Mediator roles of self-esteem and loneliness.
Several culturally rooted and psychological traits are particularly important to the intergeneration study of poverty, including the rejection of middleclass values and aspirations, condoning violent behavior, dismissing the importance of education, and not cherishing the nuclear family.