News from the project

More and more people who work also provide unpaid care for family or friends. Working carers are the group most
As an obliged persons to provide care - informal carers are recognised by the Estonian state. Until recently, according to
COVID-19 has impacted people with dementia and their family carers, yet little is known about effects on overall quality of
Having a grandparent with dementia might have a variety of impacts on grandchildren, some positive (such as stronger family cohesion)
According to a recent study carried out in the US, the COVID-19 pandemic had a severe impact on prevalence of
An hybrid transnational partners meeting took place in Thessaloniki (Greece) on February the 2nd and the 3rd 2022. During the meeting partners
In May 2021 the whole partnership, under the leadership of Alzheimer Hellas, has been involved in a three-days training session
In Europe, Germany and Italy are among the countries with the highest life expectancy after Japan - Europe is the
A recent study carried out in Hong-Kong explored the impact of COVID-19 on patients with stroke and their carers. The
Stereotypes are defined as widely held but fixed and oversimplified images or ideas of a particular type of person or