PG-A-2 - Creating a Training/Facilitator/Social Activist Manual for Intergenerational Work
This Peer Group will include a discussion on creating a training/facilitators/ social activist manual for intergenerational work.
Diana Ganger has an MSW from Washington University in St. Louis (family therapy and gerontology). She grew up in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Her first intergenerational venture was when she started a social work department in a home for retired physicians and their families for the launch of the Department of Aging at Haifa University in Israel. After many years as a director, coach and consultant in education and leadership, she is focusing on coaching grandparents-communication, and intergenerational work, co-founding IDEAL18 in 2018, and continues her consulting practice. Through a Covenant grant, she is developing a fellowship to increase activism promoting intergenerational initiatives and initiate programs in schools/communities. Her biggest claim to fame is being the grandparent of 7, with 8 on the way.