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The European voice for informal carers

Stimulating cognitive abilities with serious games

The three years Erasmus+ funded Bridge project is now coming to an end and the last steps took place.

The consortium met for the final transnational partners meeting in Chalkida, hosted by Alzheimer Chalkida, on the 8th and 9th of July 2021. In that occasion partners had the chance to finalize the last project outputs, make the point on the achieved results and the last upcoming tasks.

The International Multiplier Event of Bridge project was organized online and physically on 9th of July 2021 in Chalkida. The Event addressed to representatives and members of associations working with people with Alzheimer in Greece which can create a multiplier effect through the transference of the project results. Forty-eight health care professionals

attended the event and got their own experience about the 8 Bridge Serious Games and the e-platform. The final feedback of the event was positive and encouraged the project team to organize similar events and actions.

As last project output the consortium is pleased to announce the launch of the online training course developed within the project. The course is divided in different lessons that cover a variety of topics:

  • Lesson 1: Introduction to Bridge training course and e-platform.
  • Lesson 2: Description of Bridge Project, information on dementia and how to interact with people with dementia.
  • Lesson 3: The co-creation workshops, information on the workshops held within the project.
  • Lesson 4: Introduction to serious games, how serious games benefit people with dementia and the methodology used to create serious games addressed to people with dementia.
  • Lesson 5: Serious games developed within the project. For each game users will find a detailed description, a rulebook, a video-tutorial and all the materials needed to play.
  • Lesson 6: Training course summary.

At the end of the course, that is available for free after a registration, users will have the chance to get a certificate of attendance. The course has been developed in English, Greek, Italian and Romanian.

Follow this link to access the training course.

Makri Marina, Psychotherapist, Panhellenic Federation of Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders

Magda Tsolaki, Neuropsychiatric Professor, Director of the 1st Department of NeurologyAristotle University of Thessaloniki, Chair of Panhellenic Federation of Alzheimer’s Disease

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