February 4, 2024

Professor Paul Roodin

This book is a particularly valuable resource for those in the field in Intergenerational Relations. The authors have combined their expertise to produce a guide for families and professionals who are dealing with multigenerational households—e.g., living in a single home or living nearby. They provide some helpful background and historical perspectives since multigenerational arrangements were so common in earlier times . . . The writing style is down to earth and easy to understand. The concepts and principles of successful multigenerational families come to life with the many first person accounts from different generations.

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