SHINE 2Europe and the Dr. José Lourenço Júnior Foundation started their collaboration for the international project SAA with a workshop with older adults at the Otília Lourenço Home.
ISIS conducted the co-creation workshop with the group “wegbegleiter” from caritas Frankfurt.
SHINE held the workshop for validation of the game scenes with a group of older adults.
AFEdemy, the Dutch partner in the SAA project has interviewed their associated partner IDb. They work as an advocacy for those who have a complaint about ageism. Their experience will be used in the development of the SAA game.
The partners held the Second Transnational Project Meeting
SHINE, AFEdemy and the Nursing School of Coimbra are organising a conference on November 8th and 9th. During those days, we will talk about Smart Healthy Age-friendly Environments and Social Innovation!
The Lithuanian report for the compendium is based on the desk research of 21 reference source and interviews of 14 older persons. Although the word ageism was not directly used by the interviewees, dis-criminative aspects are implicit-ly revealed by other words: “exclusion”, “lack of tolerance”, “indifference”, “rudeness”, “deprivation”. Work on the re-port, the interviews, discus-sions with colleagues and stakeholders sparkled interest in the findings and next steps of the project, so everybody is looking forward to the project outputs that will follow.
Negative attitudes about ageing and older age make life on average 7,5 years shorter. Our newest Erasmus+ project Smart Against Ageism (SAA) focuses on fighting ageism!