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Ep. 181 - The Value of Intergenerational Living | Donna Butts

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Release Date: 08/24/2021

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Would you consider pursuing an intergenerational family living setup? Donna Butts explains to us the benefits of intergenerational living in connecting all members of the community. Ms. Butts has committed a lifetime to advance the work of the local and nonprofit community through her professional, public policy, and literary contributions, in the field of youth and family development. She began her career as a youth development worker with the YWCA in her home state of Oregon. Over the years, her career led to her current position as CEO of Generations United, a position she has held for nearly 25 years. Donna is a recognized expert in the field of intergenerational family connections as evidenced by her frequent and marquee-level interviews, publications, and public testimony on this time-honored family and community-building body of work. In this episode, Donna talks about intergenerational connections and why society needs to integrate this form of living. Listen in to learn the importance of involving the elderly in the community through intergenerational living. You will also learn the economic and social benefits of intergenerational living, especially during and after the pandemic.

Key Takeaways:

  • The responsibility and commitment you have to support families in whatever position you’re in
  • How to care and support families where grandparents are helping raise their grandkids
  • How to find success through the support and love of living in an intergenerational family setup

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