Inter-generational care: Where #kids help the #elderly live longer

In September 2017, Nightingale House opened the doors to its on-site nursery, Apples and Honey Nightingale, the first co-located nursery in the UK. Children …

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356 Bloomfield Ave Suite 4,
Montclair, NJ 07042

5 Replies to “Inter-generational care: Where #kids help the #elderly live longer”

  1. I am sure that my grandad (who lived to 92yo) surely lived longer because we were always around his place with my boys and they basically grew up with him as a fatherly figure. My boys used to walk over to his house after school and do their homework with him and watch tv and work in his garden with him. We do miss him but geez he was an important part of our lives.

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