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Young adults 2020: IF Index of young adults’ wellbeing

The Intergenerational Foundation (IF) attempted to measure how the wellbeing of young
adults aged 18 to 26 in the UK changed over the period between 1991 and 2017-18.

Policy must tackle root causes of England’s record mental ill-health, says report

Ministers must tackle poverty, poor housing and air pollution to improve England’s worsening mental health.

Connecting generations_ planning and implementing interventions for intergenerational contact

The guide provides step-by-step guidance for anyone who is using or wishes to use intergenerational practice to combat ageism.

Intergenerational social action in rural schools An evaluation

This project, funded by The Dulverton Trust in partnership with the #iwill fund, aimed to connect approximately one hundred young people in schools with local older individuals.

Bridging Hearts Across Generations

Norley Hall Care Home is welcoming students from Hope School and College to open opportunities for work placements and personal development. Learn about the benefits here.

What Young Leaders Want - And Don't Want - From Older Allies

During September and October of 2023, CoGenerate conducted individual video interviews with 31 leaders from 12 U.S. states and the District of Columbia, ranging in age from 18 to 31. Learn about what they found here.

Youth sport trust active across ages evaluation report

The Active Across Ages pilot was an action-based research project focused on intergenerational activity, inspired & facilitated through the power of play & sport.

Dare to imagine artists & care home staff working together to embed creativity in care homes

A report from Magic Me outlining their artist residencies in care homes, research goals, research findings and conclusions made from this 4 year study (2019 - 2023).

Accelerating Reform Fund for adult social care

Information on the £42.6 million Accelerating Reform Fund to boost quality and accessibility of adult social care in England.

Shifting how we view the ageing process

This document offers ideas and suggested actions intended to be of use to anyone who is interested in improving lifelong ageing for all.

Policy paper: A consensus on healthy ageing

The consensus on healthy ageing outlines how we can work towards more of our older years being spent in better health, while reducing inequalities.

Generations unlocking the productivity potential of a multigenerational workforce

This report marks the first of a multi-year research partnership between The Inclusion Initiative and Protiviti to help leaders invest in the employee experience of multigenerational teams to raise productivity.

Silver United: Evaluation Report

Here you can find the evaluation report of the Silver United project, conducted by YUF and IMM,
and learn more about the
project, consult, delivery, evaluation, conclusions drawn and next steps.

Studying Generations: Multidisciplinary Perspectives

This collection introduces and explores the growing field of generational studies, providing a comprehensive overview of its strengths and limitations.

Non-familial intergenerational interventions and their impact on social and mental wellbeing of both younger and older people-A mapping review and evidence and gap map

Opportunities for social connection between generations in the UK have diminished over the last few decades because of changes in the way that we live and work.

Youth United foundation and intergenerational music making_ silver united findings

Learn more about the key findings from Silver United, a cross-generational project to scope and test the potential for long-standing partnerships between uniformed youth groups and retirement living venues

Social cohesion in the pandemic age

Find out how the Covid-19 pandemic has affected social cohesion globally.

Why we need an intergenerational approach to urban design and architecture

Find out more about how architecture is one of the key components of creating interconnected and intergenerational communities.

An Intergenerational Audit for the UK 2023

This fifth Intergenerational Audit for the UK – part of the ESRC-funded research programme on how living standards have changed for younger generations.

Creative health review: How policy can influence creative health

The Review highlights the potential for creative health to help tackle pressing issues in health and social care and more widely, including health inequalities and the additional challenges we face as we recover from Covid-19.

Creative Health: the arts for health and wellbeing, inquiry report

The All-Party Parliamentary Group on Arts, Health and Wellbeing (APPGAHW) was formed in 2014 and aims to improve awareness of the benefits that the arts can bring to health and wellbeing.

Generations: does when you’re born shape who you are?

Generations provides a bold new framework for understanding the most divisive issues raging today: from culture wars to climate change and mental health.

New survey reveals half of people don’t believe they will look good when they are old

New survey reveals half of people don’t believe they will look good when they are old

The impact of social prescribing on children and young people’s mental health and wellbeing

There is emerging evidence around the benefits of social prescribing for young people, particularly for those aged over 17, on personal and mental wellbeing, including loneliness.

Creative pathways to wellbeing: a synthesis of project case studies

Take a look at this Creative pathways to wellbeing: A synthesis of project case studies from What Works Wellbeing.

Music Session Uniting Residents and Babies

Incorporating music into daily routines ensures that it remains a tool for bonding, learning, and sensory exploration. Learn how this care home is bonding with generations.

Age - friendly and inclusive volunteering

A new guide to help organisations make their volunteering practices more age-friendly and inclusive. The Centre for Ageing Better.

Health in 2040 projected patterns of illness in england

The report outlines future projections on the ageing population, how this will have an effect on public services, longer time spent in ill health and suggestions for actions that would reduce the risks.

Roadmap to a national youth strategy

This document offers ideas and suggested actions intended to be of use to anyone who is interested in improving lifelong ageing for all.

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