The caregivers‘ training is a key output of the INHEAL project.
Between November and December 2022, varied organizations gathering older adults such as senior homes and universities of the third age have been invited in Prague, Warsaw, Budapest, and Kosice to participate in the project and receive training on how to share the information, knowledge, and solutions collected in the common methodology, among their pupils.
The purpose of this training was to raise further awareness among the caregivers and provide them with the keys to implementing recommendations and activities from the methodology and organizing and coordinating seminars and workshops in their turn to help improve the health literacy of older adults in the V4 region.
|Project partner||Training – date, location||Participating organisations||No. of participants|
|Prague 4 Social Services Prague 9 Social Services Letokruh Institute for Postgraduate Medical Education (IPVZ)||6|
|National Association of Pensioners||30|
|Leaven Foundation |
|Nasz Drobin Association Social Care Center Drobin Niemczewo Village Developement Association District University of the Third Age Senior Council in Drobin Senior Council in Płock Senior+ Centre for Elderly in Drobin Płock Food Bank Polish Association of Seniors, Pensioners and Disabled People sectsions: Płock, Drobin, Łąck||14|
|09.12.Warsaw||Senior Policy Magazine Age Hub Foundation Social Dialogue Foundation SeniorHub. Senior Policy Institute. Promedica24 Ecumenical University od Third Age The office of the capital city of Warsaw. Department of projects and Social Innovation. Senior Council in Góra Kalwaria Senior Council in Marki||12|
|UPJS FM |
|Centre of Active Ageing in Kosice Region Regional Public Health Authority in Kosice Social care facility – Cesta nádeje Social care facility – Sv. Heleny, n.o. University of the Third Age at PJ Safarik University in Košice University of the Third Age at the Technical University of Košice University of the Third Age at the University of Presov||9|
The project is co-financed by the Governments of Czechia, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia through Visegrad Grants from International Visegrad Fund. The mission of the fund is to advance ideas for sustainable regional cooperation in Central Europe.