When it comes to the coronavirus, things have been changing quickly, and we want to make sure you are aware of your resources and prepared, in case it touches your community. Moreover, we want to share some coronavirus-related initiatives and a few tips to help you stay connected.
Odd Couples Housing works with students, and we’ve been thinking a lot about the many young people whose lives and studies have been disrupted by the pandemic. This is no normal semester for many students. Colleges and universities across the country terminated study abroad programs, moved classes online, extended spring break, and in some cases, asked students not to return to campus. For many, this is a stressful time—financially, socially, and emotionally.
There are many fears and myths surrounding the coronavirus. Because Odd Couples Housing works with seniors and students from other countries, I thought it would be a good idea to share some reliable sources where you can educate yourself on COVID-19 and get live updates on what’s happening around the world.
A Review of 2019: Let’s look back at what we achieved together! It has been a busy year at Odd Couples Housing! Throughout 2019. We worked hard to build our team, spread the word about the benefits of intergenerational living, and revamp our technology to better serve you. We’re proud of the ways we’ve changed […]
It’s easy to make assumptions about people based on when they were born, but does our age define our opinions, talents, interests, and motivations? A study from the Cambridge University
Press on intergenerational differences in the workplace says, not so much.
Over the past few months, we’ve met fantastic homeowners and young people and we have made some outstanding roommate matches. We’ve also been busy behind the scenes. By now, you’ve probably heard (or noticed) that we have made some exciting changes to our website. We can’t wait for you to explore! Where to Start? While […]