Multigenerational Claremont senior program
The Claremont Senior Program is launching a pilot program, Generation Connect, which will allow older adults and seniors “the opportunity to connect with local teens virtually from the comfort of their homes,” a post from the city said.
Participants in the six-week-long program will receive tutoring on the technology used and will enjoy learning online gaming while bonding over common interests with their teenage counterpart.
“Experience the magic of intergenerational connection as you learn from teens and as they, in turn, learn from you,” the city said about the program.
To be placed on the program’s interested list, call the Joslyn Center at (909) 399-5488.