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Playtime for Intergenerational Interaction

Jessica L

Neighborhoods should engage different age groups to interact together in order to create a more vibrant neighborhood. Areas with an increasing aging population should have parks and playgrounds designed for them. Instead of sitting on the bench and watching children play, they should be able to join in on the fun. Exercise and having fun should not be a difficult task. Playgrounds are known to bring neighbors together and laughter. Seniors are just as important to us as children.

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