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What is DEM@ENTORING

We provide training for caring

Dem@entoring aims at developing and testing an education and training program for e-mentors to people caring for persons with a dementia disease. An educational and training approach will be applied, addressing health and wellbeing in order to enhance an understanding of the disease and to efficiently cope with the dementia symptoms, raise awareness, and decrease stigmatization. The e-mentoring training program will be implemented in different EU countries.

Project Main Objectives

Why DEM@ENTORING is critical
  1. Knowledge transfer

    Transfer the knowledge, information & experience of people suffering from dementia and their families and caregivers.

  2. Advanced OER training

    Design and create interactive advanced OER training material with gamification elements and based on a learning outcomes design.

  3. Personal mapping

    Help to create the digital personality of target group for optimal matching with e-mentors.

  4. Updated guidelines and resources

    Expert interviews, good practices and collaboration circles will be created for enhancing skills and testing of knowledge acquired.

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DEM@ENTORING Webinar about dementia and e-Mentoring

Want to know more about dementia, challenges for carers, the role or mentoring and more? On Friday May 29th at 10-11 CET Lund University is hosting a webinar aiming to inform a wider audience about the DEM@ENTORING project and to demonstrate…

COVID-19 People with dementia

With the coronavirus spread across European countries, various restrictions have been put in place ranging from the closure of important services such as day care or respite care to the prohibition of visits to nursing and old people’s homes. This…

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The DEMENTORING Project ecosystem is under development and is coming soon.

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