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Intergenerational Engagement Community of Practice


The Intergenerational Engagement Community of Practice focused on intergenerational programming and social connectedness. Thirty-one organizations represented twenty-six states across the United States and shared best-practices, areas of opportunity and ideas for growth for intergenerational programs. Programs ranged from art to housing, from smaller programs that can be implemented with minimal resources to capital projects that bring generations together, and from active programs looking to expand in new ways to new efforts with launches planned soon.

Agencies and States Represented

  • Presque Isle Housing Authority, Maine
  • Tabitha InterGen, Nebraska
  • GrowIN- Intergenerational Community Programming, Ohio
  • LifePath, ASAP and AAA for Franklin County, Massachusetts
  • S.A.G.E. Senior Adults for Greater Education, Pennsylvania
  • Area Office on Aging of Northwestern Ohio, Inc, Ohio
  • Central Minnesota Council on Aging, Minnesota
  • Oak Lawn Public Library, Illinois
  • Phinney Neighborhood Association and Greenwood Senior Center, Washington
  • For All Ages, Connecticut
  • Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, California
  • Schnitzer Properties and Cedar Sinai Park, Oregon
  • University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  • Southern Maine Agency on Aging, Maine
  • Jewish Family and Children’s Service, Pennsylvania
  • Motion Picture & Television Fund, California
  • RSVP of Essex and Hudson Counties, New Jersey
  • Northland Foundation, Minnesota
  • Jewish Family Service of MetroWest New Jersey, New Jersey
  • SAGE, New York
  • Dorchester Seniors Inc., South Carolina
  • Scripps Gerontology Center at Miami University, Ohio
  • New York University Center for Health and Aging Innovation, New York
  • Sand Diego Oasis, California
  • Ohio Council for Cognitive Health, Ohio
  • Baltimore County Department of Aging, Maryland
  • United Neighborhood Houses, Oregon
  • Ruth’s Table, California
  • Louisville Metro Retired Senior Volunteer Program, Kentucky
  • Sonoran Center for Excellence in Disabilities, Arizona
  • Aging & Independence Services and County of San Diego Health and Human Service Agency, California
  • Idaho Commission on Aging, Idaho
  • Meals on Wheels People, Oregon
  • Region IV Area Agency on Aging, Michigan
  • Senior Connections, The Capital Area Agency on Aging, Virginia

Funding for this initiative was made possible by contract no. HHSP233201500088I from ACL.  The views expressed do not necessarily reflect the official policies of the Department of Health and Human Services; nor does mention of trade names, commercial practices, or organizations imply endorsement by the U.S. Government.

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