Intergenerational Program


The National Council of Aging defines the term Intergenerational, as the interaction or exchange of resources between two generations. An intergenerational family is considered a household consisting of a member of an older generation raising a member of a younger generation.

Goal:

To increase the awareness of nutrition and food management to intergenerational families by utilizing various educational models.

Objectives:

To encourage families to build relationships through family meals and eating together in order to positively affect the overall well being of the family.

To help families establish healthier nutrition plans and gain a greater sense of family value and food security.

 


Contact Information

LIFE-II Intergenerational Program
1955 East-West Rd. #306
Honolulu, HI 96822



CTAHR
Intergenerational
Programs

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Consumer Science

Resources

Penn State
FRIDGE Curriculum

   


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