Monday, December 10, 2018

Archivio 2014

May 21th – TOYAC final meeting in Bologna (Italy) Invitation and agenda The TOYAC project – Licia Boccaletti (ANS) and Barbara Leonardi (ASP Cesena Valle Savio) Cases and experiences: – Young adult carers supported by the local social services for older persons – Monica Buratti, A.S. Unione delle Terre d’Argine – Young adult carers supported by the local  [ + ]

The TOYAC project was presented in Helsinki, during the annual assembly of Eurocarers – the European Network of Carers Organizations. The presentation was very successful and many attendants showed their interest on the topic and willingness to contribute to the exchange of good practices with material from countries not originally included in the TOYAC partnership.

Seminario transnazionale del progetto “TOYAC”: Buone pratiche europee di supporto a giovani con responsabilità di cura. 21 Maggio 2014 – Ore 10.00 – 14.00 c/o Torre Legacoop, Viale Aldo Moro 16, Bologna. Sono stati richiesti i crediti all’Ordine degli Assistenti Sociali Il seminario è a numero chiuso, si prega di confermare la partecipazione Per informazioni:  [ + ]

On 20 and 21 of January, 2014 Licia Boccaletti and Serena D’Angelo (ANS) were at the 3rd project TOYAC seminar  held in Glasgow and organized by Carers Trust. The seminar focused on supporting access to college education for young carers. The trip was also an opportunity to visit a very interesting experience of supported employment for young people with caring  [ + ]

Programme for TOYAC Round Table Meeting in Hamburg 21 March 2014, Seniorenzentrum St. Markus, Gärtnerstr. 63 ToYAC Welcome ToYAC Introduction ToYAC Summary TOYAC The Netherlands ToYAC Scotland | Video aus Schottland ToYAC Ireland ToYAC Diskussionsrunde Discussion with two young adult carers, one from Scotland and one from Germany The video shows a short part (7  [ + ]

Trinity College Neuroscience in Dublin have launched http://freedemliving.com which is a link to a set of short animated videos (all in English) on Alzheimers and Dementia.