Many critical issues are associated with the services available for older people with Alzheimer's disease and their families and caregivers, who often find themselves in a situation of loneliness and isolation, that has become even worse due to the Covid-19 restrictions. Society should enable them to live in welcoming, inclusive and respectful communities by promoting activities to remove barriers that prevents them from participating in social life. AIDA addresses the key competencies necessary for the professionals involved to collaborate and move towards the creation of a common operational methodology.Why AIDA?
Project coordinator. Research Institute for Neuroscience, Education, and Didactics (RINED) is part of the Fondazione Patrizio Paoletti (FPP) which is an Italian foundation registered in the National Register of Research at the Ministry of Education, University, and Research (MIUR). The main goal of RINED, and FPP in general, is to individualize new theoretical and practical models of knowledge which promote cognitive, physical, psychological, and emotional health and wellbeing from childhood to old age.
The Office of Public Works (OPW) Heritage Services care for 780 of Ireland’s most important heritage sites, including national monuments, and historic parks, gardens and buildings. Our team of dedicated experts look after the buildings, landscapes and collections entrusted to us and make them available to over 12 million visitors each year to learn from and enjoy.
Spominčica - Alzheimer Slovenia (1997) is a NGO with a status of humanitarian organization. It helps and supports people with dementia and their carers, raising awareness and connecting relevant stakeholders in the field of dementia. Through our activities we focus on meeting the growing needs in this field in our society, especially among those living with dementia at home and needs of their families.
A cultural history museum owned and run by Viborg Municipality. It is responsible for archaeology and modern history; dissemination activities in the Cathedral Quarter and at other cultural heritage sites; the visitor sites Hvolris Iron Age Village, The Five Halders and E Bindstouw.
We provide dementia specific services and supports and advocate for people living with dementia and their communitiesIreland
The Test and Development Centre helps develop, test and prove technologies, ideas and business models. We always work with a focus on a current need. Our mantra is that the solutions we work on should always provide the greatest possible value for users - the clinic, the citizens, the companies.Denmark
We are your partner in Viborg Kommune - whether you are a citizen with dementia, a relative, a professional or a volunteer in the field. We focus on everything that can help people with dementia to ease the challenges of everyday lifeDenmark
The diocesan chapter museum of Foligno is located in the Palace of Canons near the Cathedral of San Feliciano. It presents itself as a true treasure chest of art and faith. Entering from Largo Carducci, next to the main façade of the Cathedral, it is possible to observe the majestic structures of the bell tower, the Palazzo delle Canoniche and the Cathedral itself, at the base of which is the bookshop with the ticket office. An evocative staircase leads to the first floor, which hosts temporary exhibitions, and to the second, the true heart of the collection.Italy
Asl 2 Umbria is the local health authority and guarantees territorial and hospital health services, which are provided by all hospitals except the Santa Maria hospital in Terni. The territorial services include general medicine, specialist services, psychiatric services, and services for minors and the disabled. The elderly benefit from the services provided by the protected health residences, home care services,long-stay care, rehabilitation and social welfare services.Italy
The National Polytechnic Museum (NPTM) is a cultural institution whose mission is to collect, study, preserve and present the heritage of today's Bulgarian lands - with an emphasis on the development of technique, science and technology. In addition to its customary professional commitments, NPTM also participates in various projects at the national and European levels. The projects are related to education through cultural heritage and innovations in museum programs. For its participation in these projects and initiatives, the museum has won a number of awards.Bulgaria
Blocks Day Care is a daycare center for elderly people (and people with dementia) in Bulgaria that provides the needed care in a safe environment when it’s needed.Bulgaria
AAA is a non-profit organization founded in 2002 by people with dementia, their relatives and health care professionals interested in Alzheimer’s disease. It aims to raise awareness of all forms of dementia and improve the quality of life of people with dementia and their families. Currently the Association numbers 5500 official members, has a staff of 70 health professionals and 55 active volunteers and is run by a 7-member elected board.Greece
The museum, dedicated to contemporary Greek art and folk art, is, by a 1983 presidential decree, a non for profit foundation (FEK 406, 14.07.1983) and a legal entity of private law. Its aim is the promotion and dissemination of Greek civilization through the creation of infrastructures and permanent collections, the presentation of exhibitions, the implementation of educational programs, the design of publications, the organization of events, happenings, speeches, etc. The Vorres Museum is located in Paiania in an area covering about 3 acres and is housed in a complex of buildings totaling 4,500 square meters, which is surrounded by extensive courtyards and gardens. It is supervised by a ten-member Board of Trustees, which decides on the operation, strategic planning, the management and allocation of its funds and is responsible for the fulfillment of the Foundation's aimsGreece
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