College Students and Senior Citizens Living Together? It’s More Common Than You’d Think
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M.S. Aging & Health Professor Sonya Barsness was recently quoted in an Insider article discussing the benefits of intergenerational living.
Professor Barsness has nearly 25 years of professional experience in aging and her orientation to gerontology is from an experiential, humanistic, critical, person-centered perspective.
She currently teaches the Psychology of Aging course in the Masters in Aging and Health program. She is also the adjunct faculty at Virginia Commonwealth University Department of Gerontology. Please check out her website at www.sbcgerontology.com (new window) and her blog www.beingheard.blog.