The last 20 years has seen a steady increase in the elder population, especially in European countries due to advancements in the field of health. From healthier living conditions, better education and access to healthcare services, mortality as well as birth rates have significantly declined in developed countries.
Within the scope of the Erasmus + Strategic Partnership Program, it is aimed to establish an occupational therapy guidebook for occupational to assist in the treatment of Alzheimer's patients and their families. The occupational therapy guidebook will be used locally and throughout Europe for improving the memory of Alzheimer's patients and those with early-onset dementia.
project aims to call attention to Alzheimer's disease by developing innovative practices and implementing co-operative initiatives, such as mutual learning and exchange experiences, promoting cooperation at the European level.