The way we interact with the world around us is changing. Developments in technology, society and the economy have led to us living our lives in very different ways to what we might have done 50 years ago.

According to Pew Research Center, one in five Americans lives in a multigenerational household. A multigenerational household is defined as including at least two adult generations or grandparents and grandchildren under the age of 25. Since 1950, American multigenerational households have risen from 32.2 million to 64 million in 2016.