Intergenerational and Senior’s Organizations in Canada





Intergenerational Society of Canada Resources

Together with various partners, we have compiled several different documents to guide intergenerational activities for all ages.


  1. Ed Asner’s Intergenerational Activity List 
  2. Across the Generations English  | French
  3. Intergenerational Community Resources BC Association of Community Response Networks
  4. Intergenerational Activities Resource Kit 
  5. Connecting Generations English  | French
  6. Elder Abuse Awareness Teen Kit  English  | French 
  7. Sing along lyric book
  8. A guide to establishing intergenerational programs for schools, care facilities and community groups
  9. Research – The i2i Intergenerational Society of Canada: The Meadow School Project
  10. Research – Connecting Across the Lifespan Thesis by Sharon Mackenzie 
  11. Research – The Meadows School Project: A Unique Intergenerational “Immersion” Program
  12. Research – The Meadows School Project: Case Study of a Unique Shared Site Intergenerational Program

Across the Generations Respect All Ages

This national curriculum is an adaptation of a Manitoba initiative. There are a series of 21 lessons for children aged 8-13, school, home or community based.

The goal of the curriculum is to bring greater awareness to the issues of ageing, greater respect for individuals, particularly older adults, and to encourage on-going community based projects across the generations.

The Tool Kit gives eight excellent ‘tricks of the trade’ for presentation with exemplars for involving all of the individuals within the group.

Here is a unique opportunity to have teens that have participated in the Elder Abuse Awareness Teen Kit, to assist in teaching the Across the Generations lessons. Intergenerational mentorship at its best!

Check out one lesson featured in the Canadian Teachers Magazine.

|  Toolkit English 3.32 Mb |  Toolkit French 3.50 Mb |

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