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Communities can affect individuals in three ways: through settings and institutions in which they can participate, through norms and trust that grow from social networks and through systemic efforts that promote social cohesion and collective action. Hence, many groups have been formed in local communities to tap the potential for learning by the elderly. Toronto District School Board Senior’s Daytime Program had about 1,200 enrolled in a range of programmes (2000–2006). The Elder Academy Scheme in Hong Kong (Labour and Welfare Bureau 2008) provides programmes that function in universities, primary and secondary schools and are supported by people of different generations.