12th March 2018
We are delighted to announce that Milesian Manor has been accepted for the Small Grants Programme to bring generations together to build age-friendly communities and celebrate All Ages April 2018.
Vicki Titterington, Manager of Linking Generations NI said,
“We specialise in the promotion of intergenerational practice. We create opportunities in all sorts of places and for all sorts of reasons for different generations to learn from, support, meet and enjoy each other. Since 2009, we have been supporting lots of amazing people all across NI to bring generations together in the places where they live and work. We take our inspiration from the incredible stories they tell us about the power of bringing generations together. Have a look at our case studies pages for a flavour the work we have supported and at our resources for reports, evaluations, good practice advice and ideas.
Intergenerational practice provides structured opportunities to link generations, improving understanding and increasing mutual support. This contributes to the building of age-friendly communities where we respect each other, have a voice and get to play our part.”
We look forward to working with Linking Generations NI in April so watch this space to see how use the grant to link our residents with the younger generations of our community!
For more information please visit http://linkinggenerationsni.com/
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