ADGAMING 4th meeting

23rd and 24th of March in Bucharest (Romania).

On March 23rd and 24th, 2018, the fourth meeting of the Ad-Gaming project took place in Bucharest (Romania). In this meeting, the materials included in the Ad-Gaming platform were reviewed and the pilot tests that will be carried out during the next months were prepared.

In addition, within the meeting, a workshop to “train trainers” took place. This workshop, taught by the researcher of the IBV, Alberto Ferreras, trained the professionals of the different associations about how to use the Ad-Gaming platform.

The Ad-Gaming platform includes training materials on how to use serious games to improve the quality of life of people with Alzheimer disease. It also includes information on 26 games that stimulate different cognitive dimensions that are affected by situations of dementia such as memory, orientation or attention.

3rd AD-GAMING Meeting

The 3rd Consortium meeting of the AD-GAMING project has been held last 25th October 2017 at the Bournemouth University.

Consortium at BU

The plenary meeting reviewed the actions carried out: training materials about 26 games have been developed. These games enhance different cognitive dimensions that are affected by Alzheimer’s disease. These materials (in English) have been integrated in an online platform developed by IBV.

In addition, the following tasks have been planned, which include the preparation of practical materials, tutorials and the translation of all training materials into the languages of the consortium (Spanish, Romanian, Slovenian and Greek).

ADGAMING Consortium meeting


Workshop “Caring for Carers” in Greece

EPIONI organized a workshop entitled “Caring for Carers” to be held in Athens on 19 September 2017 with the support of the office of the European Parliament in Greece.

Key note speeches followed by Mrs. Marina Makri, about new ways to help carers through innovations such as ADgaming.

The meeting is being held with the cooperation of the European Federation working for Carers, Eurocarers, the Panhellenic Federation of Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders, the Social Cooperative Society, “Wind of Renewal”, the Panhellenic Association for Psychosocial Rehabilitation and Occupational Reintegration PEPSAEE, and obrela