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In November 2023, we held a multiplier event at LURS, where we presented the project results to target groups such as universities for the third life period, adult education organizations, English teachers, older learners who are learning English and other interested parties. The response was more than excellent, and we, the project partners, are happy that we have developed a really useful and high-quality material that will serve as an excellent tool in the field of teaching English to the elderly.

All developed materials can be downloaded free of charge from the project website, while the online learning platform of the project can be accessed directly via the link or via the project website.

You can also find ELENE’s YouTube channel at the link, where you can find all the videos related to the units in the textbook, and if you have an Android phone. You can visit the store Google Play at you can also download for free the mobile application developed in the project, which contains all the lessons from the textbook.

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Storytelling 55 + workshops in Slovenia

In May 2023 Ljudska univerza Rogaška Slatina organized several workshops for seniors in the frame of the Storytelling project. Senior participants were testing storytelling cards and other outputs developed in the project and enjoyed the storytelling activities a lot. 


On May 24th 2023 Ljudska univerza held a multiplier event in the frame of Storytelling 55 + project in Rogaška Slatina, Slovenia. The participants learned more about the project, its outputs and were at the same time able to test storytelling cards. The event gathered more than 50 experts, including adult education providers, representatives of universities for third age, and other interested parties. 



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Last week, as part of the Erasmus + project Real life Context, we held the final multiplier event, where we presented the final results of our project to the target groups. The main objective of the project is creating innovative intellectual outcomes for English language teachers working with the elderly and improving the key competences of the elderly in the field of multilingualism (English) and ICT.

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In the framework of the I.WE.SOCIETY project, the consortium is working on the development of 6 online training courses. AIFED is working on the development of content focused on people with disabilities.

We leave you a small insight after the work done so far.

There are different opinions about people with disablities ad the definition of disablity.

The people have some confusions when they talk about it and the problem is not only about the name and the definition but is conceptual. There was a need to define a new conceptual diagram that would alow a real coherence between people’s opnions the image we have of them and our attitudes towards them.

We feel it is vital to start by making visible the difference between disability, impairment and handicap. The three concepts are closely related, when illess or impairment occurs, it affects an individual’s health status and autonomy.

For many years, the role of the disabled person was seen as beeing unable to be independent, providing them protection, charity ad assitance. This implied an increased dependence of the disabled person on the environment. It has been shown that it is largely the environmet that determines the effect of impairment or dissability which affects not only the person but the environment itself. It must be accepted that it is a social responsability to identify and remove barriers to facilitate full participation, not only by removing attitudinal and physical barriers,but also by developing ad engaging in programmes that enable the reintegration of persons with disabilities into society. The inclusion of persons with disabilities in daily activities implies practices ad polices aimed at identifying and removing barriers, such as physical, communication and attitudinal barriers, that hinder the ability of individuals to participate fully in society,as do persons without disabilities.

We have completed the online platform with e-learning courses to help adult educators and people from the following groups, in these complicated Post-Covid times.

Each target group of the project has their own needs where the created course can help them deal with the current situation:

  • young parents may need advice how to deal with different problems in the society when a child is born
  • re-immigrating people have to adjust to the new situation in the native country
  • recently retired people have to be helped feel still active and needed in the society
  • people with different disabilities will find online course easily accessible
  • temporary unemployed people affected by Covid-19 pandemics will benefit from the course as it will include practical advice for finding a new job
  • small business owners will get practical help on how to decrease the existing problems.

👶 When a young family have a child

👶 When immigrants decide to return to their country

👶When people decide to retire

👶When people have different disabilities

🤷‍♀️When a person is temporary unemployed

🏪Small business owner and an entrepreneur.

Bringing sport to children with special needs

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Generations in interaction

Our project Generations in Interaction has come to an end. All the details about the project can be found on the project website, where you will also be able to find the intellectual outputs developed in the project – A Guide to Intergenerational Learning and e-learning platform.

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Boosting a novel and innovative training approach of key enabling technologies

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Better integration of adult immigrants into adult educational programmes

Sport for learning, learning by sport

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