The Boston Globe: “At Easthampton Village, All Care for Children”

The 5-year-old boy in the green shirt with “Cool Little Bro” written across the chest had just thumped 81-year-old Mary Steele in the nose with a balloon. Steele, who was baby-sitting the excited child for his foster mother, stopped fast and flashed a look of mock surprise.

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Legislative breakfast celebrates Treehouse Foundation’s foster care success

Legislative breakfast celebrates Treehouse Foundation’s foster care success

EASTHAMPTON, Mass. (WWLP) – The Treehouse Foundation along with Senator John Velis and Representative Dan Carey held a legislative breakfast for their colleagues.

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The goal was to celebrate the accomplishments of the foundation and to understand the effectiveness of the Treehouse’s intergenerational community model. The foundation works toward building communities for foster children where they can be guided by older adults who serve as role models.

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Treehouse was described as an exemplary model of innovative intergenerational housing by researchers at Harvard’s Joint Center for Housing Studies in their report titled, “Bridging Health, Housing, and Generations: What the United States Might Learn From Germany’s Intentional Multigenerational Housing Demonstrations.”

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