Adult and young carers

Erasmus+ ECARIS – aims to provide training to informal carers of people with kidney diseases

Erasmus+ PROLEPSIS – aims to promote breast-cancer prevention among informal carers.

Erasmus+ E-LILY – the project goal is to support the e-health literacy skills of informal carers, by providing them skills and competences to navigate the world of health information accessible via web

Erasmus+ COSMIC – it is a project to support informal carers from migrant backgrounds by empowering them, their community leaders as well as professionals working on the field

Erasmus+ SINCALA –  the project aims to support families with caring responsibilities using a whole family approach and through the use of narration-based educational methodologies.

Erasmus+ CARE4DEM – Care4dem aims to develop and test an innovative methodology to run online peer support groups for informal carers of people with dementia

Erasmus+ APP4CARERS – the APP4CARERS partnership will select and classify mobile applications potentially useful for informal carers and will promote their use among the target group through dedicated training activities 

EIF – Az. 6 – DA ME A TE Cultural Mediation to support BME carers  is an action research project aimed to improve services supporting BME carers through the use of cultural mediators

Peer-support groups for family carers – on behalf of the Terre D’Argine District, ANS manages a peer-support group for family carers

Carer Day –  since 2011 ANS promotes the annual carer days: seminars, workshops, training and cultural events to promote and value the role of family carers  

LLP-LDV-TOI “ELMI” – the project has the aim to transfer to Romania, Poland an Czech Rep. the online training course for family carers realised by ANS and to implement it with a specific module on Alzheimer disease from a carer perspective.

Training courses for carers – ANS promotes e-learning and class-based training courses for caregivers (Carpi and Correggio Districts).

DALIA – funded by the Italian Ministry for Equal Opportunities, DALIA aims to search and disseminate good practices for reconciliation of work and care for employed carers

Grundtvig “Life After Care” The partnership aims to exchange ideas, experiences, good practices and tools in order to learn mutually and therefore strengthen local and national strategies concerning informal training of former family carers of relatives to help their re-insertion in the society after they end caring.

.

LEGAMI – funded by “Fondazione Con i Bambini” the project will implement awareness rising, training and support programmes to help adolescents’ young carers in Puglia region

Erasmus+ Together – the project aims to pilot a whole-family approach programme to support adolescent young carers

ARLO – Funded by Cassa di Risparmio Fundation – a local project aimed to pilot a play-and-talk programme for young children of parents with a mental illness

I ragazzi stanno bene? – Funded by Emilia Romagna Region – a project aimed to pilot psyco-educational interventions for young siblings of persons with disabilities

H2020 – ME-WE –  The overall goal of the project is to strengthen the resilience of Adolescent Young Carers in transition to adulthood (15-17 years old) in order to impact positively on their mental health and well-being and to mitigate the negative influence of psychosocial and environmental factors in their lives

Erasmus+ CARE2ENTREPRENEURSHIP – the project intends to support entrepreneurial skills of young carers

Erasmus+ EDYCARE – the project goal is to develop methods and tools to support young carers in schools and educational institution.

Erasmus+ EPYC – the aim of the project is strengthening the capacity of social and youth workers to support young carers, through the development and dissemination of dedicated methods and tools.

Erasmus+ CARE2WORK – is aimed to support employability of young carers from BME communities, building on the soft skills developed throughout the caring experience

LLP-GRU—TOGETHER FOR YOUNG ADULT CARERS exchange of European good practices to support young adults with care responsibilities