The united states government on Aging estimates that by the year 2030, one in five people over the age of 65. According to the Census Bureau, 10,000 Americans 65 years old every single day. By 2050, the number of adults aged 65 years and older is higher than the number of children under 15 years of age. In view of these statistics, now is a great time to foster long-term relationships in order for the gap to be bridged, and the promotion of understanding between the generations.
The holiday season provides opportunities for the strengthening and development of inter-generational relationships, and families come together to have fun, but don’t stop there. It is not only among the members of the family.
The relationship between the junior and the senior citizens are very important to them. Unfortunately, the generation gap is wider than ever, and with less and less families are the parts of the house, or in a city you live in. Families are spread across many countries, and give him one or two times a year. Technology can play an important role in keeping us connected, but it is not a substitute for personal relationships and co-operation.