Aging

H.O.M.E.

nonprofit/ngo/citizen sector

Committed to improving the quality of life for Chicago’s low-income elderly, (H.O.M.E.) helps seniors remain independent and part of their community by offering opportunities for intergenerational living and by providing a variety of citywide support services.

National Steinbeck Center

nonprofit/ngo/citizen sector

We will encourage meaningful exchange between young people, musicians and isolated seniors—an experience of intergenerational listening. Performances of music from the prime of their lives will inspire seniors to share their stories with teens, who will interpret these stories for the community.

go!PEI

nonprofit/ngo/citizen sector

go!PEI is a community-based healthy living initiative that offers free physical activity and healthy eating programs for Islanders across PEI. go!Seniors, a program of go!PEI, was created for older adults aged 55+ geared to improve quality of life for participants and reduce health care costs.

Youth Community Service

nonprofit/ngo/citizen sector

To develop a curriculum for educators and youth agencies based on meaningful, high quality, service-based intergenerational learning for youth. We will draw on diverse cultural riches of Latino, African-American, Pacific Islander, Asian, and other traditions to inform and inspire this work.

Wabano Diabetes Clan

hybrid

The Wabano Diabetes Clan is a unique diabetes prevention and management program that aims to reduce diabetes among Aboriginal peoples. Built from traditional teachings, this program has potential to help people make positive changes to their health and for the next seven generations to come.

Mark Berger Nursing Home

for profit

Nursing homes and full service healthcare facilities for the elderly are incredibly helpful. As the baby boomer population continues to age it is extremely important that we create viable solutions for the elderly to live with all of the full services that they need.

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