Until about 60 years ago, American grandparents were a crucial source of wisdom and strength for the family. They played a central role in an extended family network. Several generations of the same family might live on the same block, if not in the same house. Then, in the second half of the 20th century, grandparents largely disappeared from the day-to-day lives of their grandchildren. But now, that trend is reversing. What are the implications and opportunities? Keep listening.
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