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STIMULATING THE MEMORY OF PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA THROUGH AN APP AND THE CONTRIBUTION OF ARTISTIC AND CULTURAL HERITAGE

The European project BooM - The Boxes of our Memories - funded by the Erasmus+ programme, has come to an end and is ready to present its results at the closing event. To learn more, download the press release about the events held in Croatia, Greece, Italy. Press release .4 - Croatian 195 kb Download Files Press release .4 - Greek 225 kb Download F...

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BOOM PROJECT LAUNCHES ITS CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT (CPD) COURSE

EnThe BooM project partnership is pleased to announce the launch of the Continuous Professional Development Course piloting throughout March 2023. The Continuous Professional Development Course composes the second Intellectual Output (IO) of the BooM Erasmus+ Project. The course is designed to formally support educators and professionals working wi...

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Third project newsletter is out!

BOX OF OUR MEMORIES (BOOM) PROJECT: Box of our Memories - Adult Education Programme Caring for Memory Loss On the occasion of the 5th and final transnational partner meeting held in Szczecin (Poland) on the 6th and 7th January 2023, the BooM Consortium is pleased to announce the launch of the Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Course and its...

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Second project newsletter is out!

 The BOOM project is aimed to improve the life of the People with Dementia (PwD) and other forms of cognitive memory loss by increasing the availability of archive and museum-based, informal adult education programs. Currently, a methodological guide has been developed and the Continuous Professional Development Course is on its way to finaliz...

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The BooM consortium held the second face-to-face TPM in Italy on 7 and 8 April 2022

 Partners discussed future steps of the project and the state of the art of finalised activities and dissemination tools. First, the consortium discussed the further development of the second project's output: the CDP (Continuous Professional Development) course for adult educators.Partners then gathered specific ideas for the structure of the...

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BOOM PROJECT LAUNCHES ITS METHODOLOGICAL FRAMEWORK GUIDE

 A handbook meant to support informal carers, adult educators, and professionals working in cultural heritage on how to work with people with dementia using the BooM tools The BooM project aims at enhancing the availability of reminiscence-based, digital, informal adult education interventions for elderly people. BooM is doing that by working ...

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Partners’ meeting and conference in Dornbirn

On October 6 -7 2021, after several online meetings, BOOM's partners finally met face-to-face in Dornbirn (Austria). The meeting was an opportunity to plan upcoming project activities as well as to do a study visit to learn more about how the industrial heritage in Dornbirn is protected and exploited actively engaging older persons from the local c...

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BOOM: first project newsletter is online!

Our project newsletter is online and available in English, Polish, German, Croatian, Swedish, Greek and Italian.The Erasmus+ funded project BOOM aims to improve the availability of archive and museum -based, informal adult education programs for people with dementia and other forms of cognitive memory loss. The project will explore reminiscence the...

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Promoting the role of museums and archives in supporting reminiscence activities for people with dementia.

BooM project partnership is glad to launch the new project website: www.boxofourmemories.euThrough the web platform we will share all the steps and outputs of the 30 months pan-European Erasmus+ project, funded by the Polish national agency, aiming at enhancing the availability of reminiscence-based, digital, informal adult education interventions ...

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