managed by A. Breunig
Our life expectancy is steadily growing and the facets of aging are varied. The age has positive as well as negative aspects. Lonelines and social isolation, pain and illness, financial difficulties as well as poverty. These are the problems many elderly people and their family members are facing. They are confronted with challenges they are not prepared to handle. More and more elderly people live in social isolation and loneliness after the death of a partner.
The gap between the generations is steadily growing. Families living under one roof has become a tradition of the past, while the common interests of the generations seem to slip into different directions. We want to counteract this sad trend. Our Multi-Generation House should be a place connecting the generations, a center of social and cultural initiatives within a type of social-competence center. Important for our MGH is the open area of encounter, a place where all generations can meet, as this “face-to-face encounter” is the essence of the program.
Wir werden das Geld für die Weiterführung unserer täglichen Aufgaben in der Seniorenbetreuung wie Seniorenkaffee, Spielenachmittage oder auch für unsere Montagsmaler einsetzen.