Intergenerational Program Database

Generations United collects and shares information on intergenerational programs across the United States. We currently have a program in every state with over 800 programs in the database. You can search programs below by keywords or state.

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  1. Kendal at Hanover
    KAHELC is open daily Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Center provides quality care and educational programs for children ranging in age from 6 weeks through six years. There are three separate classrooms serving infants, toddlers and preschoolers. Because the Center is located at Kendal at Hanover, the children benefit from the wide variety of offerings available on the 64-acre campus, including access to hiking trails, access to transportation for field trips, and indoor and outdoor gross-motor areas. One of our finest features is our Intergenerational Program—an opportunity for the children to spend time with our older citizens. Intergenerational programs support healthy development of young children and older adults gain personal satisfaction by volunteering, building relationships with children and staff and contributing to the academic success of young children. Keyword: Shared Site
    • Kendal at Hanover Early Learning Center
    • 67 Cummings Road, Hanover, NH, 03755
    • 603 643 7020
    • 800 Home Street, PO Box 747, Rushford, MN, 55971
    • Angie Buytaert
    • (507) 864-7714
    • abuytaert[at]goodshepherdrushford.org
  2. Riley Crossing Child Care and Senior Campus
    We offer a unique program that brings multiple generations together in a stimulating environment. As children and older adults share memories, play games and create together, an unmistakable bond forms that transcends generations. For children who do not live near their own grandparents, these connections can be especially poignant and meaningful. Learning alongside seniors will help children see beyond their own small worlds. They’ll understand more about life and discover many similarities between themselves and their “Grandfriends”. This understanding and love will lay a foundation for celebrating diversity, a skill that they will use throughout their lives. Keyword: Shared Site
    • 620 Aldrich Drive, Chanhassen , MN, 55317
    • 952-906-7277
    • info[at]RileyCrossingChildCare.com
  3. Nonna’s Intergenerational Christian Montessori
    Our Intergenerational integration is perhaps our strongest aspect. We know that God intended for us to live in community, honor the elders, and celebrate the children in the midst of us. Nonna's brings it all together in one place. Experiencing ordinary life with extraordinary love.
    • 301 Promenade Ave, Wayzata , MN, 55391
    • 952-300-7860
    • info[at]nonnas.net
  4. Little Learners Early Childhood Education Center at Benedictine Living Community- Ada
    Children who attend Little Learners Early Childhood Education Center receive a lot more than excellent, licensed care - they might get a grandpal or two. An extension of the ministry and services of Benedictine Living Community-Ada, kids here interact with seniors - reading stories, playing games and making friends.
    • 201 9th St W, Ada, MN, 56498
    • (218) 784-5716
    • 3500 Marais Ave, Royal Oak , MI, 48073
    • Paige Gembarski
    • (248) 246-3180
    • paigeg[at]romi.gov
  5. Northpointe Intergenerational Pre-School
    NorthPointe is excited to welcome preschoolers into our Intergenerational Preschool within Vista Springs Riverside Gardens, a planned assisted living community just blocks from our elementary school. Our young students will learn in a bright preschool classroom equipped with a multitude of hands-on activities and interactions with Vista Springs residents. Young students will create, share and listen to stories with their elder friends. Stories are woven into preschool themes and seasons and will enhance learning across curriculum content.
    • Vista Springs Riverside Gardens
    • 2420 Coit Ave. NE, Grand Rapids, MI, 49494
    • Hope Kole
    • 616-363-4869
    • koleh[at]npchristian.org
    • Glacier Hills Senior Living Community Campus
    • 1200 Earhart Rd, Ann Arbor , MI, 48105
    • Melissa Goings
    • 734 249 7073
    • mgoings[at]annarborymca.org
  6. Intergenerational Programs & Spaces Durgin Pines
    We have found at our sister facilities Gorham House and Clover Manor, that the children’s daycare is a meaningful addition to the quality of life of all our residents. The children are here five days a week, year round. They become personally involved with residents in their play, sharing circle times, singing, parading through the halls and many other daily interactions. The special friendships that are formed lifts our resident’s spirits and reminds them of their own children and grand children. Keyword: Shared Site
    • Pre-School at Durgin Pines
    • 9 Lewis Rd , Kittery, ME, 03904
    • Pam Langely
    • 207-439-9800
    • pam.langley[at]durginpines.com
  7. Intergenerational Programs & Spaces Salmon Centers for Early Education
    Learning through Creative Play and Intergenerational Programming Keyword: Shared Site
    • Salmon Center for Early Education at Northridge
    • 85 Beaumont Dr, Northridge , MA, 01534
    • Lori Hansen
    • (508) 234-8009
    • lhanson[at]salmonhealth.com