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A Guide to Mentoring Across the Generations
"Somewhere to go and something to do" Active and health ageing: An Action Plan for Scotland
This publication is a supplement of Youth Scotland’s Amazing Things, a guide to the Youth Awards in Scotland for young people aged 12 to 25. The purpose of this guide is to highlight the awards available for adults and older people participating in intergenerational projects across Scotland.
An Introduction to the Protection of Vulnerable Groups (PVG) Scheme
Perth College (University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI)) HND Fitness, Health and Exercise students have been involved in an exciting project for the last 3 years, teaching a 12 week exercise programme to residents in Perth Care Homes.
Physical activity resource pack launched for care homes ... A THOUSAND care homes in Scotland are being asked to join a campaign to support physical activity for older residents. The Care Inspectorate, has launched a new multi-media resource pack, entitled 'Care About... Physical Activity' to help care home residents keep active. Research shows that taking part in regular, simple physical activities can bring a host of healthy benefits. Something as simple as making a cup of tea, going for a walk or taking part in a spot of gardening can make all the difference when it comes to helping people enjoy a better quality of life, especially as people get older. And now the Care Inspectorate, in partnership with the British Heart Foundation National Centre for Physical Activity and Health at Loughborough University, has launched a multi-media resource pack to support those who work in the care sector encourage physical activity as part of every resident’s daily life.
The presentation delivered by Alison Clyde in Belfast at the 'Collaborating Towards an Age-Friendly Northern Ireland Event'
Connecting Generations – A Guide to Best Practice
CPD Certificate of Attendance for GWT Training Courses (Sample)
Effects of intergenerational Montessori-based activities programming on engagement of nursing home residents with dementia
Fourteen nursing home residents on a dementia special care unit at a skilled nursing facility took part in one-to-one intergenerational programming (IGP) with 15 preschool children from the facility’s on-site child care center. Montessori-based activities served as the interface for interactions between dyads.
An external evaluation of Generations Working Together (GWT) work from April 2011 to November 2014
In spring 2018 children from primary schools in Renfrewshire began to visit elderly residents of local care homes on a weekly basis.
Guidelines: Bringing Together Local Authorities and Intergenerational Practice in a Scottish Policy Context
This resource provides local authorities, other agencies and projects with guidelines that clearly contextualise intergenerational practice in terms of Scottish national priorities.
An information leaflet describing what we do and who we are.
Generations Working Together became a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation (SCIO), charity number SC045851 on the 29th July 2015. This report details the activities and accounts submitted to OSCR for the first reporting period from 29th July 2015 - 31st March 2016.
The aim of the paper is to raise awareness of how intergenerational approaches can contribute to improving health and wellbeing.
Intergenerational Place-based Education: where schools, communities, and nature meet
Presented by Ewan Fisher, Trustee, Generations Working Together
Intergenerational Practice Micro Grants: Small projects making a difference. Erin Elvin, March 2011
The idea of an intergenerational quiz is to develop community links between partners, harness the skills of all the participants and give them something meaningful to be a part of.
The purpose of this booklet is to highlight “intergenerational learning” as a component of intergenerational practice covering learning at any age.
Nomination form for the 2017 Recognition Awards
The awards celebrate and recognise the outstanding talent, commitment and inspirational involvement of workers, volunteers and groups who are involved with and are embracing Intergenerational work across Scotland.
Presentation by Alison Clyde at a Seminar run by the University of Glasgow on Tuesday 24th February 2015
This workshop is designed to bring younger (10-18) and older (60+) participants together to create work. Previous experience is not required, just enthusiasm and the ability to attend most of the workshop dates.
Users Guide to Intergenerational Learning
Voices from the Family Business: Connecting Generations - All in the Business Together.
Generations Working Together (GWT) is recruiting coordinators to support local intergenerational networks across Scotland, meeting 2-4 times each year.
Walk in our Shoes, Act on our Issues' is a resource pack which will help you to identify barriers to older people's inclusion in your neighbourhood, and to get support from local decision makers for removing these barriers.