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InterGenNS: A North Shore project on Intergenerational Programming


Monday, June 20, 2022 - Monday, June 20, 2022

10 AM - 11:30 AM

Online via Zoom  

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Representatives of the North Shore community Steering Committee and the SFU researcher will take you through the journey of how the InterGenNS [Intergenerational North Shore] Project came about and how it has evolved in a very short time.

Practical information and the outcomes of extensive local research on intergenerational programs and environments through interviews, surveys and forums as well as national and international research will be shared. This can inform first steps towards intergenerational programming and environment development or enhancing existing intergenerational initiatives. 

About the Speakers: 

Sue Carabetta has been the Manager of Community Engagement and Seniors Programs at North Shore Community Resources (NSCR) since March 2020. She graduated from UBC with a Bachelor of Science in Dietetics. She currently oversees staff and programs for Better at Home, Caregiver Support, Seniors One Stop, Volunteer North Shore, InterGenNS, and the Inter-Agency Network.
June Maynard is a retired early childhood educator who worked in direct child care, community care facilities, licensing, and managing a child care resource program. Once retired, June wanted to pursue intergenerational initiatives for the North Shore and assisted in the launch of the InterGenNS Project in July of 2019. 
Rachelle Patille is a Gerontology Graduate Student at SFU who has worked on the InterGenNS Project since June 2020. Her research focuses on the impact of intergenerational connections and relationships on older adults in a society. She has previous experience in the public health and community health sectors with a specific focus on older adults’ health and wellbeing.