The "Mind their Health" project aims to contribute to an improvement in the quality of life of people affected by neurodegenerative diseases. The project has 3 objectives:
- The first objective is to raise awareness and raise public awareness of people with neurodegenerative diseases.
- The second objective is to support the social inclusion of people affected by this type of disease.
- The third objective is to train 24 professionals who are part of the association to develop skills in the field of nutrition and accessible tourism for people with neurodegenerative diseases. This activity will increase the soft skills of the staff of the partner associations.
The "Mind their health" project aims to support relatively small organisations by assisting them in the development of a European research strategy, focusing on excellence in training and continuous updating of European careers.
The exchange of the best experiences and competences of the partner associations represents a fundamental tool for European scientific development. The identification of the different strategies and methodologies implemented by the carers who will participate in the project represents that quid pluris that will allow to obtain valuable information to provide an increasingly updated health and rehabilitation service.
The Mind their Health project is a project co-funded by the EU Erasmus + programme under Key Action 2: Small-scale partnerships (KA210). The project is coordinated by the Association "La forza di Nemo" which is the section of the Italian Union for the fight against muscular dystrophy in Montecatini Terme, Italy (https://www.uildm.org/). Also participating as partners in the programme are: AYPB- Association of Young Psychologists in Varna, (https://psychologybg.com/home/), CROWAID Association of Rome, Italy ( https://www.crowdaid.it/ ) and COCEMFE Seville, which will be the entity in charge of hosting the transnational course for the development of skills in the field of nutrition and accessible tourism for people with neurodegenerative diseases to be held in Seville from 6 to 10 June 2022.
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All the information on the programme can be found at the following link: https://erasmus-plus.ec.europa.eu/projects/search/details/2021-1-IT02-KA210-ADU-000030445
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