Unsere Projekte zum Thema Active Ageing

 

Active Ageing

Our projects on active ageing aim to give older and very old persons more and better chances to participate and contribute. We empower them to live as long as possible in their familiar environments – autonomously, healthy and safely. We not only contribute to the empowerment of older individuals, but also to the age-friendly design and organisation of social and built environments.

„Alter(n) in unserer Mitte“ ("Ageing in our midst") develops and tests new approaches to healthy ageing in the city. queraum accompanies the project with health promotion know-how.

 

This study aims to obtain a comprehensive and deep insight into the life situation and support needs of older and old persons with learning disabilities and specific needs in order to improve their participation and quality of life.

 

In the ERASMUS+ project "Bridge the Gap!" older people are trained and empowered to co-create their neighbourhoods with the help of digital tools.

 

queraum. cultural- and social research is the European Coordinator of the Erasmus+ project "Active 80+". The Active 80+ project aims at developing and testing a training for staff and volunteers in the field of health and social care, enabling them to function as "coaches" for very old people.

 

The project opens up dance to older learners and contributes to new images of age and ageing.

 

The EU project brought together older people from four cities, celebrated age and ageing in the public space, cultivating good neighbourhoods and contributions across generations.

 

The project inVISIBLE TALENTS! wants to support health and social service providers in residential and/or community settings as well as citizens' initiatives to see and include the talents of older people into their work.

 

„Alter(n) in unserer Mitte“ ("Ageing in our midst") develops and tests new approaches to healthy ageing in the city. queraum accompanies the project with health promotion know-how.

 

The project opens up dance to older learners and contributes to new images of age and ageing.

 

This study aims to obtain a comprehensive and deep insight into the life situation and support needs of older and old persons with learning disabilities and specific needs in order to improve their participation and quality of life.

 

The EU project brought together older people from four cities, celebrated age and ageing in the public space, cultivating good neighbourhoods and contributions across generations.

 

In the ERASMUS+ project "Bridge the Gap!" older people are trained and empowered to co-create their neighbourhoods with the help of digital tools.

 

The project inVISIBLE TALENTS! wants to support health and social service providers in residential and/or community settings as well as citizens' initiatives to see and include the talents of older people into their work.

 

queraum. cultural- and social research is the European Coordinator of the Erasmus+ project "Active 80+". The Active 80+ project aims at developing and testing a training for staff and volunteers in the field of health and social care, enabling them to function as "coaches" for very old people.