PHOTO: Resident Teaches Caregiver's Children How to Golf

3/17/2016
Location : Onion Creek
Golfing Resident And Kids

The reciprocal benefits that come from a multigenerational relationship have been a part of Silverado’s philosophy since the idea behind the company was first conceived. Children bloom when they have nurturing, meaningful relationships and older adults thrive when they experience purposeful engagement and a connection with a child.

When a Silverado associate brought her two sons to the community, Carol Klein, 77-year-old Silverado resident, stepped in and taught them the basics to golf!  

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