About the project

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History, justification:

Among European countries, Hungarian, Maltese and Romanian elderly people use internet rarely, Denmark is a leader in internet usage, although voluntary senior group trainings are not organized even there.

Our aim is to activate seniors in the aging societies, develop their mental and physical skills, thus, they will become active, healthy and open minded people, who can find their place in the society easier and their defencelessness decreases.

We help the development of innovative practices with developing curricula which build community and are tailor-made for different agegroups when preparing voluntary senior group helpers (O1) and by strenghtening intergenerational relations (O2) – with delivering experiences accumulated in the participating countries from one area to another – we contribute to the acquiring of the program with developing online, multimedia, distance education curriculum (O3) for young people – which will be available in the languages of the participating countries (English, Danish, Hungarian, Romanian), 12-12 trainers/country, totally 4 (training)*12 trained participants.

The acquired competences will be delivered by people who cooperates in sharing knowledge in the international telecentre and community venues network with ICT devices, with the aim of providing equal opportunities for the elderly.

For the participants of the trainings, who will be multiplier volunteers.

 

Applicant:

Regional Telecottages Public Association of South Hungarian Plain

 

Partners:

Telecentre Danmark

Malta Cummunications Authority

Katolikus Ifjúsági és Felnőttképzési Egyesület

HUNGARIAN CULTURAL SOCIETY OF TRANSYLVANIA

 

Target group:

Young people (18-28 years) and pensioners (mainly above 60 years) from  Denmark, Hungary, Malta, Romania who are active and opened to acquire knowledges in connection with leading groups and improving the quality of life and think they could deliver these knowledges for people in the same age, which provide the sustainability of the project.

 

Results:

Intellectual outputs:

O1 Training for Senior Contemporary Group leaders curriculum (2x12=24 people)

O2 Preparing Intergenerational helpers curriculum (2x12=24 people)

O3 Preparing Intergenerational helpers - distance learning curriculum – (continuously avaiable)

 

E1 Final conference in Hungary - "Who are still 'young' ... in excellent condition" (40+14+10 participants)

C1, C2 Training for Senior Contemporary Group leaders (Hungary, Malta) (2x12=24 persons)

C3,C4 Preparing Intergenerational helpers (Denmark, Romania) (2x12=24 people)

 

Impact:

Elder people will be involved in the society and find their role (as a trainer or trainee), in this way, they can preserve their health longer.

Elder people will be able to use modern ICT devices in their life, thus, they can keep contact with other people easier, administration will be simplified for them and they can access more information.

Their increased intellectual capacity can be used by the local community and thus, the social capital will strengthen.

The number of the social services (special collective, voluntary, public educational and training services) will increase which is an important characteristic of the welfare society.

 

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