WALK IN OUR SHOES ACT ON OUR ISSUES
WHATIntergenerational activiites, information and training to help identify barriers in a neighborhood which may prevent older people from accessing services and resources.
WHYTo raise issues and remove barriers which affect older adults. To create inclusive neighborhoods and communities.
“Broken pavements, public toilet closures, poor street lighting, unsafe road crossings, inaccessible shops: all things that discourage older people from getting out and about and increase isolation in too many of our communities."
School children and older adults work together in intergenerational activities to help identify barriers for older adults.Children are able to help the elderly and get involved in their local communtiy.
Inclusive communities training includes:
- Creating a local community map.
- Identifying potential barriers to access for older people.
- Ideas and templates for how to approach local leaders and affect change.
Senior Housing & Assisted Living
Senior Friendly Community Programs
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