Generations Together (2801 Baker Road, Dexter, MI 48130; phone: 734 426 4091 ; web) is a combination preschool and child care for children from six weeks to five years, before and after school care, Academic Kindergarten, summer camp for school-age children, and care for older adults Monday through Friday.
Opened in 1993, Generations Together (formerly named the Dexter Intergenerational Center) is the first Center in Michigan built specifically to link those who are growing up with those who are growing older. As an intergenerational day care and learning center, we provide care for children ages six weeks to five years, kindergartners, schoolagers, and day programs for adult's ages 55 and older who may need some degree of support (i.e., those who are medically frail, confused, experiencing memory loss or dementia, socially isolated, etc.).
In the news
- Dexter schools' early childhood programs to get major expansion, Ann Arbor News, February 18, 2014.
The school district is the recipient of a major donation from an early childhood program in Dexter, Generations Together: a 12,000-square-foot building. The Board of Education voted 5-0 last week to approve the acquisition of the Generations Together property at 2801 Baker Road in Dexter. Trustees Larry Cober and Bonnie Everdeen were absent.