Doing things together

Residents who have opportunities to do meaningful or enjoyable things together are more likely to develop a sense of trust and connection.

Doing things together

Residents who have opportunities to do meaningful or enjoyable things together are more likely to develop a sense of trust and connection.

From principle to strategies

  • Provide common spaces that foster healthy interactions among people of different ages and interests.

  • Include recreational and social opportunities that foster connections between people of different ages and from different backgrounds.

  • Create spaces and policies that enable people to keep and interact with pets.

Click the icons to see actions and rationale.

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Community gardens
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Shared corridors
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Shared dinners
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Community-managed childcare
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Interact with pets

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