The ERASMUS+ SIDECar project - A Manual for the exploitation of the framework

A cura di: Janssen, Niels ; Ottoboni, Giovanni (2021) The ERASMUS+ SIDECar project - A Manual for the exploitation of the framework. University of Bologna, p. 57. ISBN 9788854970809. DOI 10.6092/unibo/amsacta/6857.
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Before you lay the manual about the ERASMUS+ SIDECar project, we remind you that the SIDECar project aimed at developing a transnational curriculum on psycho-social education in dementia. In the manual, the project will be presented, including the curriculum and Platform on which the material is stored. The SIDECar curriculum: a quick overview The SIDECar curriculum comprises three online Modules with 17 topics (Module 1 “Living well with dementia”: seven topics; Module 2 “Living well with PwD”: six topics, and Module 3 ”Positive working with PwD and their family members”: four topics). The Modules can be followed consecutively, but can also be followed in a flexible way, for example choosing the topics that align with the interests or needs. Each topic is developed by experts from one of the partners’ countries, and is based on the latest insights. Topics range from theoretical perspectives to more practical topics and include videos and other material. Please see Chapter 2 for an overview of all Modules and topics. How can the Material be accessed? The three Modules, including the learning material, can be accessed through the specifically developed online Platform. All material is freely accessible, and ready to be used, allowing for flexibility in studying. To access the material, registration is, however, required. Please see Chapter 3 for more information about the Platform. For whom is Sidecar intended? The online Sidecar curriculum is intended mainly for students from Higher Education living or studying in Europe. It can also be useful for professionals working in the field of dementia care who want to learn more about this topic, and for teachers who are not experts in psycho-social care for dementia but are keen to offer their students learning materials for psycho-social education in dementia. Please see Chapter 6 for recommendations for using the Sidecar material.

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