Playgroups in aged care

Intergenerational bonds are powerful. We can learn a great deal from one another, regardless of age. 

It takes a village

The African proverb of ‘It takes a village to raise a child’ is true in many respects. We can learn a great deal from one another, regardless of age. Great meaning and purpose comes from cross-generational connections, this is especially true with young and old. Playgroup aged children enrich the lives of our elderly, our lonely, our isolated, our sick and older people offer our children so much love, wisdom, knowledge and nurturing. We highly value these relationships and we aspire to create more intergenerational opportunities. 

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Childcare meets aged care

Monday 9 October 2017 8:33AM – Radio National, Life Matters

Presented by Hilary Harper and Michael Mackenzie

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