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The survey results presented here contribute to the goal of establishing a new national baseline of shared site intergenerational programs that includes the number of sites, types of program models, funding sources, and suggestions from the field about what would encourage replication of these models.
The current report presents the methods used to conduct the national survey, survey results, and implications for practice and research in the field that can foster replication of shared site intergenerational models.
Study results were incorporated into All In Together: Creating Places Where Young and Old Thrive, a report issued by Generations United and The Eisner Foundation.
This brief was authored by Shannon E. Jarrott, PhD, Professor, The Ohio State University College of Social Work.