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The Erasmus+ Project “CURATE-D:A Game-based methodology for empowering Dementia friendly communities and equal access to Culture for people with Dementia” is a project aiming to develop a game-based methodology through which the people working in the field of culture and professional carers could empower their skills in supporting people with dementia (pwD) in cultural experiences.

Dementia currently affects around 10 million people in the European Region, and its prevalence is expected to double by 2030 (World Health Organization European Region).Even though many researches confirm that it is very important pwD to stay active and continue to do things they like or evensearch for new experiences, pwD are usually excluded from social activities and more specifically from cultural experiences.

In this context, the key objectives of this project are:

  • To promote social inclusion and equal accessibility to culture of pwD
  • To adapt VET education of professionals in today needs for accessibility and inclusion
  • To create an innovative educational methodology and toolkit for VET education

During the progress of the project, the following outputs/results are going to be produced:

  • The Methodological guide of CURATE-D
    Also Available in:
    Spanish and
    Greek
  • A Learning training guide for the staff of cultural venues
  • A Learning training guide for the professional carers to support pwD in cultural activities
  • The CURATE-D educational serious game
  • Training of professionals and Conclusions report

The following organisations are involved in the project: 

Coordinator:

  • Challedu (Greece)

Partners:

This project  has been co-funded by the Erasmus + Programme of the European Union

Project Number: 2022-1-EL01-KA220-VET-000085409

For more information: contact  Challedu-inclusion | games | education, at play@challedu.com

Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor EACEA can be held responsible for them.