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Bringing together young and old to ease the isolation of rural life
by Rhitu Chatterjee
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7 August 2019
On 7 August 2019 NPR reported:
A group in northeastern Minnesota is tackling the problem of social isolation and loneliness in a novel way: They're trying to reconnect a fragmented social fabric by bringing together generations to support each other -- children and the elderly. The program is called AGE to age. It connects more than 4,000 youths with almost 2,500 older adults annually. The initiative is not just geared to help the elderly -- the support runs both ways. It also helps children and young people in these communities feel more supported,
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