Creating Intergenerational Communities

The Creating Intergenerational Communities team have been busy this past year delivering intergenerational training to 84 participants who will be trialling a new quality indicator Guidance Toolkit. 32 Settings from across the United Kingdom will be reflecting upon their intergenerational practice in the coming weeks and reporting back on how effective the Guidance Toolkit was in their practice. Pilot settings have had the opportunity to meet each other online during the regular Creating Intergenerational Communities Network meetings. And in-person meetings between the Pilots have begun to take place as exchange visits to see other intergenerational projects have been taking place as part of the reflective practise process of the Guidance Toolkit.

As Spring is now upon us, we are currently seeking new settings who would like to be part of this innovative initiative to reinforce and raise the bar of quality intergenerational practice across Scotland and the rest of the UK. If you would like to be considered as a Pilot Setting, please contact Louisa Turner, Intergenerational Development Officer, in the first instance.

If you would like to hear more about the positive impact of the Creating Intergenerational Communities Programme on the communities across the UK, follow the web page

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Or why don't you join in with the conversation at the Raising the Quality of Intergenerational Practice webinar on Monday 29th April from 2pm - 3.30pm. Book a place: