Anndeloris Chacon is a finalist in MTM Awards 2018 in the category Mukhtyar Singh Community Champion Award.

Bristol Black Carers which is managed by Anndeloris Chacon, ENIEC member in UK and Chair of the organizing committee of AM 2029, is a finalist in the MTM Awards 2018 in the category Community Group Award. It is an honor for Anndeloris and the charity to have been nominated and selected to be in the finals. The services […]

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ENIEC knowledge at the Alzheimer  Europe Conference in Barcelona

ENIEC is proud to be represented by Gözde Duran, Caroline Smits, and Siiri Viri during the  28th  Alzheimer  Europe Conference in Barcelona, Spain. Caroline Smits has presented an oral poster presentation on Positives aspects on the relationship between a parent with dementia and their caregiving child and Gödze Duran has facilitated a discussion on Towards Cultural Sensitive Care organizations […]

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Book the days for our AM – 13,14,15 March 2019!

Our Chair, Lola Casal-Sanchez and the chair of the organizing committee, Anndeloris Chacon, has met today with the authorities of the City Government of Bristol to close the details for our meeting 2019! Helen Holland, Cabinet Member with responsibility for Adult Social Care, on behalf of Marvin Rees, Major of Bristol has expressed they are […]

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ENIEC Members in Action!

written by Firuze Sarikas On October 1st and 2nd ´The 2nd Ageing Conference´ was organized at the Istanbul University. Social scientists, professionals, NGOs and policy makers who studies and works with elderly people gathered to discuss the developments on ageing and technology, health, migration, economy, demography, law as well as senior-friendly communities and cities. ENIEC […]

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Openness about Dementia film release

by Reidun Ingebretsen, NOVA, Oslo Metropolitan University   September 26. 2018 a new information film about dementia in North Sami language was released in Kautokeino. The film is called “Openness about dementia” The film provides information on dementia, communication and health and care services. The film is based on Sami cultural perspective. The film have […]

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AGING, DEMENTIA AND THE NEED FOR CARE

by Elzbieta Czapka   Elzbieta Czapka, a postdoc researcher from Oslo Metropolitan University, carries out a study that explores how symptoms of cognitive impairment and dementia are identified, interpreted and responded to in families with different minority backgrounds and in families with Norwegian background. Dementia is a challenge for individuals, families, health personnel and society. […]

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Towards a colorful Pact of the elderly care

by Yvonne Witter ‘We are worried about the care of older migrants’, says Bouchaib Saadane, chairman of NOOM, the national organization of networks of older migrants during the national conference of NOOM that was held on the 22nd of September in Utrecht, the Netherlands. Care of older migrants is one of the topics that NOOM […]

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A week dedicated to ageism and migration!

October 22 – 29, is the week dedicated to ageism and migration! ENIEC members are invited to participate in this campaign launched by AGE Platform to mark the 70th anniversary of the International Human Rights Day During 10 weeks, AGE Platform dedicates each week to cover a specific theme to illustrate the widespread effect of ageism and how it […]

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Care and support for elderly labour migrants in Belgium by David Talloen and Olivia Vanmechelen

Our ENIEC-members David Talloen and Olivia Vanmechelen wrote an article in the magazine Geron about care and support for elderly labor migrants in Belgium. The migrant workers who came to Belgium 40 to 60 years ago from Southern-Europe, Turkey and Northern Africa have a different social profile as well as different expectations to care. David Talloen and […]

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