Month: November 2021

Intergenerational program based in the Diocese nominated for national award

For more than two years, the intergenerational learning using video conferencing program has been providing meaningful discussions involving students at Our Lady Queen of Peace Primary School Greystanes and elders at Southern Cross Care aged care facility, Greystanes. Due to the reciprocal learning, health and behavioural outcomes for the students, teachers, elders and healthcare professionals …

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Two generations bridge the age gap through storytelling

Each Friday morning, a group of 24 teenagers and six older citizens sit and share their life stories, as part of an Australian-first project to reduce loneliness and build connections.  The sessions are part of the ‘Bridging Ages life stories project’, a multigenerational school program where students interview older adults on their experiences and reflect …

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