The ‘Together Project’ promotes intergenerational exchanges in UK care homes

TogetherProject_logo The Together Project is a UK program of intergenerational activities aimed to foster social inclusion and interactions in residential care homes. The project was founded by Louise Goulden while on maternity leave to bring young and old together, help reduce loneliness and have a positive impact on residents who have dementia.
The-Together-Project-picture You can read an interview of Mrs Goulden here.

In a care home in Walthamstow, north-east London, Songs & Smiles, the first initiative of the Together project, brings together babies, their parents/guardians and older residents every week. They sing songs, play instruments, make friends and have fun together.

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