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Co-grow

Connecting people who are interested in growing food with elderly local homeowners with unused garden space.

Description:

Suicide rates among the elderly population are currently higher than in younger populations. Isolation and curtailment of daily activities can lead to depression and a decline in both physical and mental health (cited below).

Co-grow creates opportunities for seniors and youth to connect by growing and cooking food with and for their community.

View Our Prototype Here https://youtu.be/G7KfmGwUtqE

Depression in Older Adults
Amy Fiske, Julie Loebach Wetherell, Margaret Gatz
Annu Rev Clin Psychol. Author manuscript; available in PMC 2010 Apr 10.
Published in final edited form as: Annu Rev Clin Psychol. 2009; 5: 363–389. doi: 10.1146/annurev.clinpsy.032408.153621
PMCID: PMC2852580

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Journey Map Image icon IMG_3529.JPG, Image icon IMG_3530.JPG Implementation plan or roadmap
Co-Grow Growing Image icon IMG_3520.JPG, Image icon IMG_3523.JPG, Image icon IMG_3519.JPG, Image icon IMG_3521.JPG, Image icon IMG_3522.JPG, Image icon IMG_3526.JPG Implementation plan or roadmap
Prototype 1 Image icon IMG_3531.JPG Documentation of prototype
Insights from the public Image icon IMG_3540.JPG Insights
What aspects of co-grow are valuable? Image icon IMG_3537.JPG Documentation of prototype
Co-grow logo Image icon IMG_3539.JPG Documentation of prototype
who are we working for? Image icon persona.JPG Persona
mapping out nana and co Image icon journey map.JPG Customer journey
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