This Sunday, September 9 is Grandparents Day. National Grandparents Day has been officially recognized in the United States since 1978, largely thanks to the work of Marian McQuade. Click here to learn more about the history of National Grandparents Day.
Generations United has planned a week of intergenerational activism, click here to find out how you can get involved and Do Something Grand.
Multigenerational Living is Rising, and May be to Everyone’s Benefit
By Amy Goyer from the September/October 2011, issue of Aging Today.
African American Elders, Cultural Traditions, and the Family Reunion
By Renee McCoy from the Fall 2011 issue of Generations
Shining a Light on Young Caregivers
Featuring ASA Member and CNN Hero, Connie Siskowski, from the September/October 2011, issue of Aging Today
Can Intergenerational Connection Battle Ageism Within the LGBT Community?
By Daniel Redman, from the March/April 2012 issue of Aging Today
Aging, Outrage and the Occupy Movement
By Sally Brown and Brooke Hollister, from the March/April 2012 issue of Aging Today
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