In mediation everyone wins.
Also called “intergenerational” or “transgenerational”, it refers to a useful tool for the resolution of conflicts between family members of different generations and has as a priority the care of elderly or vulnerable people.
Frequently, miscommunication between parents and children, or between adult siblings and/or close family members, generates misunderstandings that generally spread and lead to injustices, affecting mainly the most vulnerable members of the family system.
In these cases, mediation is an effective instrument to accompany families in finding agreements that focus on the needs of the elderly and/or people with special needs, benefit the whole family group and favour the continuity of positive exchange between generations. It is important to specify that the mediator will adapt to the particular circumstances of the vulnerable adult in order to carry out the mediation meetings.