Cross-generational care believed to cut costs, strengthen communities

Blassingame, Kelley M.
February 2004
Employee Benefit News;Feb2004, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p47
Deals with intergenerational care programs in the U.S. that can be advantageous to benefit managers offering separate services. Statement from Kelly Bruno of Van Nuys, California-based intergenerational care center One Generation; Results of a survey conducted by employee assistance program provider ComPsych Corp.; Reason intergenerational care is popular among caregivers, according to Marian Wilcher of TITLE.


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