Can intergenerational programs reduce frailty and depression in older people?

Geraldine Cardozo
By Geraldine Cardozo
Updated April 26 2021 - 11:13pm, first published April 20 2021 - 10:55pm
WIN-WIN: The pilot study is looking into the effects socialising with preschoolers can have on older isolated Australians.

FROM intergenerational reality TV experiments to aged care initiatives, there is plenty of anecdotal evidence that getting the elderly to hang out with preschoolers has a positive effect on young and old.

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Geraldine Cardozo

Geraldine Cardozo

Features Editor - The Senior

Features Editor at The Senior.

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