Mission “ANTHROPOS”

“Support and Empowerment for the Elderly / Third Age”

Mission Anthropos was founded in 2010 with the aim of offering free medical assistance to individuals in need anywhere in the world, without any racial, political, religious, or other discrimination.
Recipient
Mission “ANTHROPOS”
https://www.missionanthropos.com/
Grant title
“Support and Empowerment for the Elderly / Third Age”
Year
2021
Location of Grant
Attica
Program Area
Social Welfare
Other Grants to this recipient
2017
Medical Program
2015
Program Support

Its operation is based on the volunteer work of doctors, nurses and other personnel. During its 11 years of operation, Mission Anthropos has carried out more than 81 missions, programs, and initiatives. Through these initiatives, and in cooperation with 242 other non-profit organizations more than 15,000 individuals have benefited. Over 650 volunteers have worked with the organization to deliver over 22,300 medical services and more than 145,000 items (medical and other necessities) have been provided to beneficiaries.

“Support and Empowerment for the Elderly/Third Age”

 

The grant regards a program that will be implemented in 5 Attica care homes with two main axes-on the one hand, an intergenerational recreational program targeted to the senior residents and on the other, a training and educational seminar series targeted to the care home employees.

The intergenerational recreational program will bring together high school students with elderly residents of the care homes via online meetings, with the ultimate goal of providing companionship and combatting the social isolation that seniors often face. The second facet of this grant will entail a training/educational component that will be carried out in cooperation with professors and students of the “Physiology of Ageing and Geriatric Syndromes” Master’s Program of the Athens Medical School. This component will aim to educate the personnel of the Care Homes in regards to the prevention and dealing of geriatric syndromes as well as in building the psychological resilience of the elderly. Over 200 elderly residents of the care homes and approximately 90 care home staff will participate in the program.

 

Its operation is based on the volunteer work of doctors, nurses and other personnel. During its 11 years of operation, Mission Anthropos has carried out more than 81 missions, programs, and initiatives. Through these initiatives, and in cooperation with 242 other non-profit organizations more than 15,000 individuals have benefited. Over 650 volunteers have worked with the organization to deliver over 22,300 medical services and more than 145,000 items (medical and other necessities) have been provided to beneficiaries.

“Support and Empowerment for the Elderly/Third Age”

 

The grant regards a program that will be implemented in 5 Attica care homes with two main axes-on the one hand, an intergenerational recreational program targeted to the senior residents and on the other, a training and educational seminar series targeted to the care home employees.

The intergenerational recreational program will bring together high school students with elderly residents of the care homes via online meetings, with the ultimate goal of providing companionship and combatting the social isolation that seniors often face. The second facet of this grant will entail a training/educational component that will be carried out in cooperation with professors and students of the “Physiology of Ageing and Geriatric Syndromes” Master’s Program of the Athens Medical School. This component will aim to educate the personnel of the Care Homes in regards to the prevention and dealing of geriatric syndromes as well as in building the psychological resilience of the elderly. Over 200 elderly residents of the care homes and approximately 90 care home staff will participate in the program.

 

Recipient
Mission “ANTHROPOS”
https://www.missionanthropos.com/
Grant title
“Support and Empowerment for the Elderly / Third Age”
Year
2021
Location of Grant
Attica
Program Area
Social Welfare
Other Grants to this recipient
2017
Medical Program
2015
Program Support

Its operation is based on the volunteer work of doctors, nurses and other personnel. During its 11 years of operation, Mission Anthropos has carried out more than 81 missions, programs, and initiatives. Through these initiatives, and in cooperation with 242 other non-profit organizations more than 15,000 individuals have benefited. Over 650 volunteers have worked with the organization to deliver over 22,300 medical services and more than 145,000 items (medical and other necessities) have been provided to beneficiaries.

“Support and Empowerment for the Elderly/Third Age”

 

The grant regards a program that will be implemented in 5 Attica care homes with two main axes-on the one hand, an intergenerational recreational program targeted to the senior residents and on the other, a training and educational seminar series targeted to the care home employees.

The intergenerational recreational program will bring together high school students with elderly residents of the care homes via online meetings, with the ultimate goal of providing companionship and combatting the social isolation that seniors often face. The second facet of this grant will entail a training/educational component that will be carried out in cooperation with professors and students of the “Physiology of Ageing and Geriatric Syndromes” Master’s Program of the Athens Medical School. This component will aim to educate the personnel of the Care Homes in regards to the prevention and dealing of geriatric syndromes as well as in building the psychological resilience of the elderly. Over 200 elderly residents of the care homes and approximately 90 care home staff will participate in the program.

 

Its operation is based on the volunteer work of doctors, nurses and other personnel. During its 11 years of operation, Mission Anthropos has carried out more than 81 missions, programs, and initiatives. Through these initiatives, and in cooperation with 242 other non-profit organizations more than 15,000 individuals have benefited. Over 650 volunteers have worked with the organization to deliver over 22,300 medical services and more than 145,000 items (medical and other necessities) have been provided to beneficiaries.

“Support and Empowerment for the Elderly/Third Age”

 

The grant regards a program that will be implemented in 5 Attica care homes with two main axes-on the one hand, an intergenerational recreational program targeted to the senior residents and on the other, a training and educational seminar series targeted to the care home employees.

The intergenerational recreational program will bring together high school students with elderly residents of the care homes via online meetings, with the ultimate goal of providing companionship and combatting the social isolation that seniors often face. The second facet of this grant will entail a training/educational component that will be carried out in cooperation with professors and students of the “Physiology of Ageing and Geriatric Syndromes” Master’s Program of the Athens Medical School. This component will aim to educate the personnel of the Care Homes in regards to the prevention and dealing of geriatric syndromes as well as in building the psychological resilience of the elderly. Over 200 elderly residents of the care homes and approximately 90 care home staff will participate in the program.

 

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