Communities for All Ages is a film in development that will document the power and sustainability of community building when residents of all ages, including older adults and youth, are tapped as leaders who work together to promote community change. Too often older adults and youth are seen as problems rather than resources, and solutions to chronic social problems elude discovery because they are addressed through age-specific rather than whole-community solutions. Communities for All Ageswill follow five diverse communities where older adults, teens, and young parents identify and take action on issues affecting multiple generations such as health, safety, life-long learning, and immigrant integration. Resident leadership development, the creation of multi-generational sites, collaboration across sectors, and opportunities for intergenerational interaction are among the strategies that will be captured.
To host a community or campus screening.
Choose the appropriate screening rights for your event.
After the film, ask your audience to get involved with your group or take action on a local issue.
Be sure to let us know how your screening went and how your community is taking action.
Interested in learning more about effective and sustainable intergenerational models. Check out the resources on the website of Communities for All Ages.
Learn more about the 20 diverse Communities for All Ages sites.
Throughout the year, the Communities for All Ages National Network supports peer learning through the newsletter, webinars, and other learning opportunities related to intergenerational community building and leadership. Click here for information about upcoming webinars.
Training and Technical Assistance:
For information on workshops and products offered by The Intergenerational Center click here
For information on tailored consulting and technical assistance on intergenerational community building strategies, click here
Become a Communities for All Ages site:
For more information about how to join the national, 20 site place-based initiative Communities for All Ages, click here