This is from the 2018 Report from Generations United and the Eisner Foundation.
- challenge local leaders to be champions and prioritize intergenerational use of built and and outdoor places
- urge cooperation between unlikely partners
- works with accrediting bodies and develop new intergenerational friendly standards
- review and recommend policy and other changes that can clear the way to establishing more shared sites
- initiate a local, state and/or national intergenerational shared site learning collaborative
- create a vision and plan for the nation