Seminars for professionals

EURAG European Federation of the Elderly

Fédération Européenne des Personnes Agées

Federazione Europea delle Persone Anziane

Bund der älteren Generation Europas

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EURAG MEMORY TRAINING CENTER and

Czech Society for Memory Training and Brain Jogging

jointly organize under EURAG PROJECT:

EMPOWERING SENIORS FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING

 

Working language: English

COURSE FOR MEMORY TRAINERS –

GROUND LEVEL /40 hour course/

The seminar will be held

from Monday June 24th till Friday May 28th, 2019 for the Polish Neuropsychological scociety in Poland

from Wednesday September 18th till till Sunday September 22nd,2019 for the Russian Pensioner Union in Moscow

under the guidance of:

Ing. Dana Steinova: Strategy and motivation, mnemonics – perfect compensation of imperfection of human brain, training of different cognitive skills such as language, concentration, encoding and decoding of information,how to built reserve brain capacity; Professor Pavel Kalvach, M. D.: Brain and its functions

It is assumed that the proceedings will take place from 9.00 am to 1.00 pm and from 2.00 to 6.00 pm every day except April 19th when they end at 4.00 pm and some sightseeing follows.

This training course is intended for seniors representing senior organisations which are in need of a memory training instructor or professionals who intend to expand their professional skills. The course participants will obtain the memory trainer´s certificate if they pass the final written and oral exam .The new memory trainers are expected to use their new skills in order to help to re-discover the potencial and increase self-confidence, self-esteem and the quality of life of their peers, not only from their own organisation, but also offer memory training classes for public over 50.Training is intended for healthy senior population and can be modified as a form of cognitive rehabilitation for other target groups including people suffering from dementia

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