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To learn about more intergenerational activities and more about doing life interviews, we recommend the following sites:

The Legacy Project
The Legacy Project’s Across Generations Program encourages closer connections between young and old. Go to their website and click on “Activity Kits” or “Guides and Tips/Across Generations” to find further tips for interviewing a grandparent and activities that connect the generations.

National Grandparents Day
www.grandparents-day.net (for educators)
Click on “Activities and Resources” to find all kinds of suggestions for intergenerational activities for families and classrooms.

Generations United (GU)
Generations United is the only national membership organization focused solely on promoting intergenerational strategies, programs, and public policies. A wide variety of resources are available via their website and national office.

To create a detailed life memoir for a family member, contact:

Memoirs Unlimited
(440) 543-1020
Margie Lupyan conducts multiple interviews with individuals and scans family photos in order to write, then lay out their story with pictures, creating 75-100 page life memoirs.


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