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Our Intergenerational Program

The intergenerational care program connects the young children and seniors – two increasingly segregated population groups in society – once every fortnight; improving the mental and social development of the children whilst helping to alleviate challenges of isolation and dementia commonly faced by seniors.

Founder and Managing Director of Little Scholars, Jae Fraser, says intergenerational care initiatives are backed by research and are producing extremely positive developmental outcomes for young children; giving them a healthier understanding of the world around them.

“Having frequent interaction with people who are one or even two whole generations older than themselves, can help children become more accepting of differences – especially when it comes to disability – as well as helping them learn about the natural aging process and reduce potential fear of elderly people, ” says Jae.

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