The 1st & 2nd Workshop for the European Project DEAL are completed!
P-consulting.gr in collaboration with the University of Patras, organized two thematic workshops on Dementia in Patras and Agrinio, Greece. The workshops entitled “Let’s talk about dementia” took place in the framework of the implementation of the European Project Erasmus+ KA2 entitled “DEAL: Dementia, Education, Approach, Life“.
Main objective of thematic workshops:
Improving the skills of professionals educating caregivers of people with dementia and the skills of caregivers of people with dementia themselfs!
1st Workshop in Patras.
The first workshop was held in the Chamber of Achaia on Monday 01 April 2019.
Workshop started with two presentations on:
- The presentation of the project “DEAL: Dementia, Education, Approach, Life” by Panagiotis G. Anastassopoulos and Charitini-Maria Skoulidi (p-consulting.gr).
- The issue “Neuro-narrative Disorders: We All Concerned” by Panagiotis Alexopoulos, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, University Hospital of Patras.
Then followed Roundtables and discussions related to Dementia, the challenges faced by patients and caregivers, and how carers can cope with the dilemmas that arise.
Coordinators in the discussions were the Professor of Hygiene of the University of Patras, Mr. Apostolos Vadarakis, the Psychiatrist and the Scientific Coordinator of MFA Aeneas, Georgia Voukelatou, and Professor Panagiotis Alexopoulos.
The Workshop ended with great success and very interesting conclusions.
2nd Workshop in Patras.
The second workshop was held at the Agrinio Imperial Hotel on Monday, April 15, 2019.
The second workshop was also attended by the representatives of the two partners involved in the DEAL Project (Charitini-Maria Skoulidi & Panagiotis G. Anastassopoulos from p-consulting.gr & Professor Apostolos Vadarakis from the University of Patras) as well as the Professor Mr. Panagiotis Alexopoulos.
The co-ordination of the work was attended by the psychiatrist Georgia Voukelatou (Scientific Coordinator of MFA Aeneas) and Christina Malfa.
The conclusions of both Workshops were particularly important for the development of the Project!