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If you want to understand if your activities help people feel less lonely, then this guide is for you.
Evaluating Intergenerational Projects
A new resource from Generations United and EMIL, is an open access digital collection of research outputs to assist researchers and evaluators, practitioners, and policy makers in assessing intergenerational programs.
An external evaluation of Generations Working Together (GWT) work from April 2011 to November 2014
Since 2012, Generations United and MetLife Foundation have recognized the best intergenerational communities in the United States. From this work, Generations United has developed a series of tools to help communities become allage friendly.
How do you know that Intergenerational Practice Works
The Intergenerational Observation Scale (IOS) captures social behaviours and exhibited affect associated with older adult and child/youth target participants during intergenerational (IG) and single generation programming.
Intergenerational practice: outcomes and effectiveness
A study into the impact on the well-being of elderly residents.
FOREWORDS The book you are looking at has, above all else, two characteristics that make it unique. First, it is a pioneering publication: never before has a monographic work on the evaluation of intergenerational programmes been published in Spain. Second, this book constitutes proof that the efforts made by IMSERSO (Spanish National Institute for Older Persons and Social Services) in the area of specialised training do not end, to put it colloquially, on the last day of class.
We are all enmeshed in intergenerational relationships. We are familiar with them. However, when we deal with these relationships in research, in teaching, in practical work or in politics we need generally intelligible key concepts. These are not meant to be definitive or dogmatic definitions, but explicit descriptions that acknowledge commonalities and differences between various disciplines and working fields.
IRISS - Understanding and measuring outcomes
JIT provides a range of practical improvement support and challenge including knowledge exchange, developmental innovation and improvement capacity and direct practical support to local health, housing and social care partnerships across Scotland
An innovative new online tool has been launched by the Scottish Government to help people improve their mental wellbeing.
Senior Intergenerational Social Capital Project (SISC)
The Warwick-Edinburgh Mental Wellbeing Scales were developed to enable the measuring of mental wellbeing in the general population and the evaluation of projects, programmes and policies which aim to improve mental wellbeing.