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Third project meeting: Porto, 9-10 October 2018

The next project meeting will take place in Porto (Portugal) and include a session open to external stakeholders. 

18 September 2018: Launch of the report “Web-based mutual aid groups of informal carers: an evidence review”

This report, which gives an insight of the state of play regarding this promising though underdeveloped tool, was coordinated by the Instituto de Salud Carlos III. It constitutes the baseline of the Care4Dem project. Building on a research, it gives an insight of the state of play regarding this particular type of support, the development of which was not well documented. In particular, the report looks at the methodologies applied, and the competences and profiles of the moderators. 
As such, this publication aims to emphasise a series of useful pointers for the development of an innovative model of web-based mutual aid groups for dementia carers as part of the CARE4DEM project.

Download the Executive Summary in EnglishFrench, ItalianPortugueseRomanianSpanish

Download the full version here in English.

 

Second project meeting: Madrid, 27 April 2018

The meeting was hosted by Instituto de Salud Carlos III. The discussion focused on the outcomes of the evidence review on web-based mutual aid groups conducted by ISCIII in the last months, and prepared for the upcoming work packages, i.e. the web-based mutual aid group model and implementation guide.

Project’s kick off meeting in Capri (Italy), 27 November 2017

The first project meeting was hosted by Anziani e Non Solo (ANS) on 27 November 2017 in Carpi (Italy). It gave the opportunity to the partners to review the content of the project, and to make sure they share the same understanding of the administrative rules. Partners also discussed and agreed plans for Dissemination, Monitoring and Evaluation. Initial exchanges were held on the first outcomes of the project: an evidence review on web-based mutual aid groups and a web-based mutual aid group model and implementation guide.

Changing lives.
Opening minds.