Closing meeting of the EducAGE project with partners in Cáceres (Spain)

Closing meeting of the EducAGE project with partners in Cáceres (Spain)

On April 11 and 12, the closing meeting of the project “Improving competences of older people caregivers towards Healthy Aging through digital transformation” (EducAGE) took place at the CCMIJU facilities, with reference number 2021-1-PT01-KA220-ADU-000028254 and funded by the Erasmus+ Program, with the support of the European Commission.

The project aims to improve the caregivers skills who support older people in healthy aging strategies to slow down their functional impairment and to contribute to the digital transformation of the training and daily work of caregivers.

The Instituto Politécnico da Guarda, as leader of the Consortium, the Montanhas de Investigação Collaborative Laboratory (Portugal), the Jesús Úson Minimally Invasive Surgery Centre (Spain), the Faculty of Medicine of the Semmelweis University (Hungary), the Faculties of Medicine at Univerzita Karlova and Informatics and Management at Univerzita Hradec Králové (Czech Republic) have participated in its execution.

This project has developed a digital white paper that includes knowledge on care for the elderly, with practical information to prevent their functional impairment, a 32.5-hour blended learning course to educate on the subject, and a mobile app based on the principles of mobile learning, with multimedia content designed to facilitate micro-learning: hints, videos and interactive games to promote active aging.

In this closing meeting, the mobile application, the e-learning platform and the flipped classroom methodology of the blended learning course were reviewed, as well as the validation plan and the dissemination and exploitation strategy, multiplier events and others activities to be carried out in the future, regardless of their completion.

Further information about the project at: https://educage-project.eu/

Closing meeting of the EducAGE project with partners in Cáceres (Spain)
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