Study: Grandparents Help Shape Kids’ Views on Aging

Jan 17, 2018

Researchers from the University of Liege in Belgium found that ageism can be common in children, but kids who have a good relationship with their grandparents are less likely to become prejudiced against older adults.

One of the major findings of this study revealed that the quality of time spent between grandparents and grandchildren was more important than frequency of visits. The health status of grandparents was also shown to be a factor.

See the full article in US News & World Report.