When older adults contribute to the well-being of youth, it cultivates a sense of purpose and extends benefits both ways, according to a new Stanford report. In this part of Norrebro, one of Copenhagen’s most diverse neighborhoods, a school and senior living are located close to each other. Elderly and youth interact at the petting zoo or the garden, strengthening relationships, ensuring that children and teens receive attention and mentoring while older adults can experience the excitement of seeing the world through a younger perspective.