for health workers and educators dealing with training and labour insertion of disabled ageing groups and elders
e-tool designed to train health workers and educators in favouring labour insertion & reinsertion of both young and elder people living with physical and/or mental disabilities
development of Methodology and Guidelines for complementing the blended mobility of Staff (Train the Trainers)
developed in order to test the skills acquired by the direct target group of adult educators and put them into practice when training the final beneficiaries on digital, financial literacy and transversal employability skills and competences
developed in order to test the skills acquired by the direct target group and put them into practice with the final beneficiaries, thus increasing the project outreach and impact on young and elder disabled, whom will be encouraged to be and stay work active
The rapid demographic ageing is one of the main factors determining future European and global economic development. Life expectancy has risen sharply also in people affected by disabilities, leading to a major challenge for the society, but also to a great opportunity for economic growth and jobs, within the so called "Silver Economy". Ageing and older adults can be seen as a valuable resource that can contribute to society and live actively. This also applies to disabled people, as often in Europe they will access earlier on (around 60 years of age), to a minimum pension that in most cases won’t provide enough income and resources for their own self-subsistence & health care. It is therefore incumbent to create mechanisms to encourage and enable them to remain as long as possible into a work environment.