5 Steps to... running an inter-generational project

1. Appeal to both generations. "It's not enough just to stick people in a room and expect them to talk. You've got to give them something to do," says Vander Carter, intergenerational development worker with Camden's Well & Wise Healthy Living Network for Older People. "It might be based on a shared interest - for example, digital photography."

by Mark Lupton

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