Points Of View is a company dedicated to bringing the five living generations together with respect, caring, and cooperation. We provide training, consultation, products, design, and motivational speaking on wide range of issues affecting all generations living in an aging society.
Providing multi-media productions for clients and independent features produced by Points Of View.
We offer graphic design services for all media—from online to print to multi-media.
Featuring books, intergenerational materials, training kits, videos...
Elder Eye™ Institute
By the year 2020, there will be 120 million people over age 50 in the United States. Most of these people will have vision issues due to the inevitable aging of their eyes. Through our Elder Eye™/The Legibility Doctor™ branch of Points Of View, we consult on effective design for the aging eye and do Best Practice Reviews of your existing design to see if it's Elder Eye Friendly™. Make an appointment with The Legibility Doctor and see products offered at www.eldereye.com
Saga Hill Design™
Saga Hill Design is the creative products branch of our Points Of View family. You can visit Saga Hill and its retail store at www.sagahill.com
Significant POV Projects & Events
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"Strengthening Families, Youth and Communities Across the Lifespan: Building a Network of Prevention – Generation by Generation" for the Wisconsin State Prevention Conference
Steven's Point, Wisconsin
Orono Intergenerational Conversation
6–8:30 pm, Thursday, April 9, 2015 – City of Orono Council Chambers, Orono City Hall, Orono, Minnesota
The Pioneer newspaper reported on this Dialogue event – read the story here.
Presentation of paper "Together for Tomorrow: Building Community Through Intergenerational Dialogue and Action" at the Times of Our Lives Global Conference
Mansfield College, Oxford University, Oxfordshire, England
Go to the conference website to read Jim's paper.