Innovative Practice Project
This Innovative Practice Project (IPP) sought to support the community partner Gentog, an intergenerational day program in Oregon, by researching the benefits of intergenerational day programs for older adults, children, and their families. This research was compiled into marketing resources by stakeholder interest. These interest groups included family or caregivers of older adults, family or caregivers of children, and a general audience of third-party payers. Research was compiled from academic journal articles and organizations servicing older adults. The outcomes included fact sheets for marketing to stakeholders, Parkinson’s resource binder, and an in-service presentation to Gentog staff.
Kresse, Leah; Ritter, Abigail; and Baran, Rachael, "Intergenerational Research and Gentog Parkinson’s Program Development" (2014). Innovative Practice Projects. 47.