Carlyn is anxious to see Granny Girl in her new home at Homestyle Assisted Living Community. Granny Girl and Carlyn maintain their close relationship as Carlyn quickly becomes friends with the other residents at Homestyle. Carlyn is excited and puzzled about a golden anniversary party she plans to attend at Homestyle. As she begins to unravel her questions, she is surprised to realize her Homestyle friend have rich and interesting pasts that her school friends do not have. She is determined to learn more about a couple she sees as truly golden and knows why they label this party as golden. As Carlyn and Granny Girl's relationship grows, Carlyn is anxious to learn more about the special conditions of the residents. Her accepting and welcoming attitude teaches children of all ages to develop their circle of relationships to include senior adults. Follow Carlyn's numerous visits to the community to learn how this multigenerational relationship expands as Carlyn treasures her visits. Likewise, explore ways a child can become involved in the lives of an entire community of residents.
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Alison Weld Cothran, RNP, MSN, has owned an assisted living facility where she has served as administrator since 1998. She has organized and attended many multigenerational events within the assisted living setting. Alison, her husband, and four children reside in a family apartment within the community and have daily interaction with the residents.
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