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2016年3月22日阿尔茨海默病国际(ADI)今天庆祝一个成功的“培训”项目支持照顾者与老年痴呆症的个人完成,希腊从2015年12月就开始测试。
庆祝“积极护理老年痴呆症”项目成立
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2016年3月22日阿尔茨海默病国际(ADI)今天庆祝一个成功的“培训”项目支持照顾者与老年痴呆症的个人完成,希腊从2015年12月就开始测试。

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这个项目,叫做“积极和护理老年痴呆症”,是由Stavros Niarchos基金会的资助和支持,领导的支持希腊与老年痴呆症照顾者和专业人士的痴呆危机影响的目的。该项目旨在培养14名“大师培训师”,然后通过培训活动,可以支持进一步的1000照顾者和600痴呆症专业人员在全国各地。

本课程集中于互动的方式,从事专业人士和个人支持痴呆症的人,包括六个模块的主题,如照顾自己,同时照顾一个人与老年痴呆症,有效沟通和环境意识的重要性。

模块分别由Tsolaki教授,老年痴呆症的希腊和希腊的阿尔茨海默氏症协会主席科学主任和ADI的筹款和会员经理的支持下,阿纳斯塔西娅psoma。

Tsolaki教授指出:“培训计划”积极的护理在老年痴呆症”是一个惊人的机会,在希腊由海默公司提供高质量的培训者和健康专家。第一印象是非常积极的,有一个很大的需求继续培训。”

目前希腊有超过197000人患有痴呆症,每3个希腊人中就有1人超过60岁,这个国家是世界上人口老龄化最迅速的国家之一。

一个新闻活动今天将标志着该项目的成功,与ADI强调有效的培训和支持全球照顾者的重要性。

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22 March 2016 - Alzheimer Disease International (ADI) is today celebrating the completion of a successful ‘Train the Trainers’ project supporting caregivers to individuals with dementia, being trialled in Greece since December 2015.  

The project, called ‘Positive care in dementia’, was supported with a grant from the Stavros Niarchos Foundation, and led by Alzheimer Hellas with the objective of supporting caregivers and professionals deeply affected by the dementia crisis. The project aimed to train 14 ‘Master Trainers’, who could then support a further 1000 caregivers and 600 dementia professionals through training events across the country. 

The course focussed on interactive ways to engage professionals and individuals supporting people with dementia; including six modules on topics such as caring for yourself while caring for a person with dementia, the importance of effective communication and environmental awareness.

Modules were led by Professor Tsolaki, Scientific director of Alzheimer Hellas and president of the Greek Federation of Alzheimer’s Associations, and supported by ADI’s Fundraising and Membership Manager, Anastasia Psoma.

Professor Tsolaki states: “The training programme “Positive care in Dementia” was an amazing opportunity to offer high quality training to caregivers and health professionals in Greece, led by Alzheimer Hellas. First impressions were very positive and there is a great demand for the training to be continued.”

There are currently over 197,000 people with dementia in Greece and, with 1 in every 3 Greeks over the age of 60, the country has one of the most rapidly ageing populations in the world.

A press event will today mark the success of the project, with ADI highlighting the importance of effective training and support for caregivers globally.

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