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Avondale Research Centre
Christian Education Research Centre
Intergenerational programs are increasingly being recognised as a means of promoting wellbeing through connecting communities, promoting caring relationships, and combating loneliness and isolation. While existing research provides evidence of the positive benefits of intergenerational programs for the elderly, there is limited research on the impact that these programs have on children’s wellbeing. The aim of this study was to measure the impact of the intergenerational program, ‘Flourish’, on student social and emotional wellbeing.
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Gray, A., Beamish, P., & Morey, P. (2020). Flourish: The impact of an intergenerational program on third-grade students’ social and emotional wellbeing with application to the PERMA framework. TEACH Journal of Christian Education,14(1), 26-37. doi:10.55254/1835-1492.1453