Did you know the vast majority of the 50-and-over population currently lives independently, within the community rather than in institutional care facilities?

How can we create intergenerational living, blending diverse families and seniors to build an environment that's welcoming to all ages?

Ohio is already taking steps in this direction. The Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority created Griot Village, a community designed to support families of all ages, shapes and sizes.

Join us December 11th, 8:30am - 10:30am at the Center for Innovation at Xavier University for a conversation on intergenerational housing as an approach to meeting the housing needs of youth and young adults, as well as seniors.

Donovan Duncan, Director of Asset Management at Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority will lead a conversation on meeting the housing needs of a growing intergenerational community.

Friday, December 11th, 2015
8:30am - 10:30am
Center for Innovation, Xavier University, 1601 Dana Ave.
Cost: $10.00
(a light breakfast will be served)

Please register by Dec. 7th