Together for Tomorrow : Building Community Through Intergenerational Dialogue
"Together for Tomorrow: Building Community Through Intergenerational Dialogue," is a guide and information resource to help you break down isolation and separation between the generations. It presents a proven process for community building: the Intergenerational Dialogue process. Intergenerational Dialogue is a tool for joining all ages, cultures, races, genders and economic classes in problem solving and joint action. This book is a valuable resource book for anyone working in the areas of: intergenerational programming; family relations; health & long term care; community education; community organizing; human relations training; public policy; healthy community initiatives; violence, alcohol, and drug prevention; social work; agricultural extension; aging networks; diversity initiatives; and homeland security. The book contains: Background on the Intergenerational Movement Issues Facing the Movement Today 12 Key Intergenerational Dialogue Organizing Steps Follow-up - Moving the Dialogue to Action Outcomes from Previous Dialogues A Dialogue Sampler on the Issue of Family Violence Discussion About Diversity and Dialogue How to Build an Intergenerational Movement Copyright-free documents you can photocopy for your own use in your community or organization, including: Qualities of a Good Facilitator; A Dialogue Process Timeline; Suggested Agenda for Four Dialogue Planning Meetings; A Dialogue Room Diagram; Diversity Grid; What Is A Good Scenario?; Generational Groups by Age; How to Develop Cross-Generational Questions; Sample Invitation and Information Brochure; Sample Evaluation; and Past Dialogue Topics."
- Paperback | 204 pages
- 190.5 x 234.95 x 11.68mm | 453.59g
- 01 Jan 1997
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About James Vincent Gambone Phd
BACKGROUND Following the completion of an M.A. in Inter-American Diplomatic History, service as a Peace Corps volunteer in Colombia, S.A. and a Ph.D. in bilingual/bicultural education at the University of New Mexico, Jim worked as a Drop-Out Prevention Specialist on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation and as a Resource Training Director with the Minneapolis Public Schools. In these positions, Jim was responsible for developing and delivering a variety of curriculum and training programs. Since that time, Jim has worked as an adjunct faculty member, writer, producer and director, telecommunications and marketing consultant, statewide media campaign coordinator, workshop leader, public speaker, and lecturer. REFIREMENT ReFirement is a positive and optimistic approach for how we live the last third of our lives. It also provides a context including the major elements of what makes up an aging society. Jim is the author of "ReFirement: A Guide to Mid-Life and Beyond," published in 2001; and the host of a national public television show, "ReFirement: 10 Steps to a Successful Future." Jim conducts national workshops on aging issues and delivers keynote addresses on ReFirement and its implications for an aging society. ReFirement.com INTERGENERATIONAL CONSULTING, NATIONAL TRAINING, AND KEYNOTE ADDRESSES Jim is recognized as a national and international resource in the area of training and intergenerational relationships. This work has focused on human services issues. His Intergenerational Dialogue Tool, is being used in all sectors of society. Jim has presented major keynote speeches on intergenerational issues across the country; as well as conducting trainings and numerous customized organizational presentations. His books, "Together For Tomorrow: Building Community Through Intergenerational Dialogue," and "All Are Welcome: A Primer on Intentional Intergenerational Ministry and Dialogue," are being used in colleges and universities, communities and congregations across the nation. FILM AND VIDEO PRODUCTION Jim is an award-winning investigative researcher in film and video. TODAY Jim is a Senior Partner and Executive Producer of Points Of View Incorporated. He served on the Board of Directors at Capella University and is currently a faculty member in the School of Public Service Leadership at Capella University. He also chairs the board at Climb Theater Company. He continues to write and produce films and videos with socially-relevant subjects."