Staying connected as we age

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Staying connected as we age

Social connectedness and community involvement are two of the most powerful determinants of health and well-being, but what does staying connected really look like for older adults living in a Generations of Hope Community (GHC)?

The child resiliency program at Hope Meadows

2011. Power, M. B., Mitchell, E. T., Eheart, B. K., & Hopping, D. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 9(3), 281-292.

Rethinking interventions: Addressing the mental health needs of vulnerable children and youth through intergenerational community

Reviews current intervention strategies and examines how the GHC approach innovatively addresses the mental health needs of vulnerable children and youth through intergenerational community.

Between victim and victimizer: The narrow corporeal path of being a foster child

2001. Karnik, N. S. Children and Youth Services Review, 23 n(9/10), 743-759.

Categories of control: Foster children and ADHD

2001. Karnik, N. S. Children and Youth Services Review, 23 (9/10), 761-780.