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Best Family Card Games for All Ages

People of different ages playing family card games at table.

Did you know that card games are one of the easiest ways to introduce intergenerational activities into your home or community?  The reason? Playing cards offer cognitive benefits to children, adults, and seniors, alike. After all, most games require players to use math, categorize and sort cards, memorize sets, and problem-solve—all while having fun together. … Read more

Bringing Intergenerational Activities into Your Community

An elderly woman baking cookies with young teenager.

Intergenerational activities and programming are nothing new. Yet, finding creative ways to boost engagement among different age groups can be challenging. Age-related stereotypes or biases are often the culprits for the social division and misunderstandings among young and older generations. But, in reality, we all have something to learn and teach those around us—regardless of… Read more

Tips for Pumpkin Carving with the Grandkids

Two young kids holding jack o lanterns

We’re already nose-deep into pumpkin season, but if you haven’t grabbed your bright-orange, soon-to-be Jack O’ Lanterns yet, there is still plenty of time!  We want to share a few fun, fall-themed activities you can enjoy with the grandkids. These activities are perfect for every age and skill level.  But before we dig in (pun… Read more

Great Podcasts for Seniors

Three elderly women listening to podcast on laptop.

New to podcasts? Great news! You’re in for a real treat. Affectionately coined “radio’s younger sibling”, podcasts allow you to tune into a variety of topics that pique your interest—whenever the mood strikes you. Unlike radio shows, podcasts are pre-recorded and typically cater to a particular genre, theme, or industry. That means whether you like… Read more

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