New Trends in Caregiving This Holiday Season

for Tuesday (Dec. 7)
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--(BUSINESS WIRE)--According to new research, children who interact with the elderly develop more advanced social skills than those who don't. Children paired with senior citizens at the Macklin Intergenerational Institute in Ohio show better manners than their peers in kindergarten, and the elderly are enlivened by caring for the young. The Ohio experiment is one of eighteen programs recognized for excellence by the Johnson & Johnson/Rosalynn Carter Institute Caregivers Program. A video report from Johnson & Johnson (NYSE:JNJ).

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