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A Survey of Diversity of Intergenerational Programming: Generations United and NYU

Authors: Gonzales, Ernest
Kruchten, Rachel
Patrick, Emily
Steinig, Sheri
Keywords: Intergenerational Programming;Diversity
Issue Date: Jun-2023
Publisher: The Center for Health and Aging Innovation
Abstract: In 2022, Generations United conducted a national survey to explore the diversity of intergenerational programs in the United States.1 The survey assessed organizational characteristics, populations served, unique goals, challenges, and needs of programs. The “Survey of Programs Engaging Older and Younger People” was carried out on SurveyMonkey, with 44 questions and 189 responses. NYU CHAI performed data analyses and prepared the report.
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