Resources for Intergenerational SessionsIn my last post I shared 4 tips for an awesome intergenerational session. Today’s focus is on resources to help you plan your awesome intergenerational sessions.

Knowing what others have done can you more confident in what you create. Seeing other ideas can also get your creative juices flowing.

Generations United: This organization has resources on its website. Subscribe to their emails to hear what others are doing. Join their Facebook group to be connected with others leading intergenerational programs.

Check out the Journal of Intergenerational Relationships. Staying informed on research and practices can be very helpful.

There are many music resources available for intergenerational programs.

Now it is your turn. Share your favorite resource for developing your intergenerational sessions in the comments below.