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Press Reviews

The MYH4D project partnership made contacts with web sites focusing on the field of health issues. The MYH4D project was presented to the web masters and a link to the MYH4D project portal was made so that those who will access the selected web sites can also access, through a direct link, the MYH4D portal.


Pixel Website

Pixel is partner in the MYH4D project. Pixel website provides information about the project together with a direct link to the Portal. Users from Universities, Associations, Public bodies, Training Agencies, Schools, participants in the International Conferences on Education and people interested in the seminars/masters visit Pixel website (estimated visits are around 12.000 users each year). They may now learn about and benefit from the MYH4D project


EuroCarers

Eurocarers brings together carers’ organisations as well as relevant universities & research institutes – a unique combination that enables evidence-based advocacy. Our network works to ensure that care is valued and unpaid care is recognised as central to the sustainability of health and long term care systems. EuroCarers' website provides information about the project together with a direct link to the Portal. There are many users of the website that may now learn about and benefit from the MYH4D project.


ZDUS

ZDUS is partner in the MYH4D project. On the website of the organisation there is information about the project, with brief description of the aims of the project and with contact details Visitors of ZDUS website can find the link to the MYH4D portal and Facebook page where they can look up outcomes they are interested in. ZDUS ' website provides information about the project together with a direct link to the Portal. There are many users of the website that may now learn about and benefit from the MYH4D project.


SIAE website

ZDUS published an article about the MYH4D project for the Slovenian Institute of Adult Education, where we provided the usefulness of project outcomes in relation to ZDUS volunteer work for people with dementia who still live at home. The article titled “With adult education to a better dementia health literacy” explains the role of adult educator in building a dementia health conscious communities and in the end provided links to the project portal and Facebook site. The article was distributed thought the network of adult education institutions in Slovenia and was shared 17 times on social media.


AGE Platform website

ZDUS published an article about the MYH4D project for the age Platform Europe, of which ZDUS is a member. AGE Platform Europe is an association of more than 100 NGO across EU, representing the voice of older persons at EU level. ZDUS published an article about the purpose of the project, what the project results will be and how the interviews with the informal carers went. Title of the article: ZDUS joins an EU project to improve carers’ knowledge of dementia.