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Project of Secondary Medical School Ante Kuzmanića Zadar: "Effect Of Reading On Aging"  Project of Secondary Medical School Ante Kuzmanića Zadar: "Effect Of Reading On Aging" Minimize

 
Effect Of Reading On Aging
 
Projekt of Secondary Medica School Ante Kuzmanića Zadar
 

    Participating Schools:  1. Secondary Medica School Ante Kuzmanića Zadar
2. Secondary Medical and Cosmetology School Maribor
 
Date:  June 20th 2019
 
Project Leaders (e-mail):  1. Sonja Šare (sonja.sare@gmail.com), Secondary Medica School Ante Kuzmanića Zadar
2. Vanja Kancler, Srednja zdravstvena i kozmetička škola Maribor
3. Aleksandra Skornšek
, Srednja zdravstvena i kozmetička škola Maribor
 
Coordinators name and surname (e-mail):  1. Luka Plazina (ditezadarsko13@gmail.com), Secondary Medica School Ante Kuzmanića Zadar
2. Karmen Šparaš (karmen.sparas@gmail.com), Secondary Medical and Cosmetology School Maribor
 
Leader School:  Secondary Medica School Ante Kuzmanića Zadar
 
STUDENTS: 
 
1. Marija Čulina, ...
2. Anita Vazgeč, ...
3. Barbara Dvoršak
, ...
4. Barbara Vidović
, ...

 
Target Group: 
 
People aged 65 and over, users of Nursing home.
 
Project Objectives: 
 
1. Point to the importance of preserving mental health in the elderly
2. Encourage reading as an exercise for mental health in the elderly
3. Educate young people about the importance of preserving cognitive abilities in their old age
4. Sensitize the public about the importance of active healthy aging
5. Preventing prejudices about the elderly, preventing gonadalphobia and old age
6. Prevent the loneliness and social isolation of older persons located in the institution
 
Tasks
 

1. Establish teams for collecting data on the characteristics of the elderly
2. The beginning is for data from the basic characteristics of age and aging with special emphasis on instinctive accommodation and cognitive abilities.
3. Planning visits to institutions for elderly accommodation.
4. Interview with elderly people and assessment of cognitive intercourse.
5. Creating a reading plan and program according to the wishes and capabilities of the users of the House.
6. Implementing planned reading activities
7. Evaluation and Evaluation of Results.

 

Collaborators:  Health care workers, librarians professors and people older than age 65
 
Place of implementation:  School of Participants, Institutions for Senior Housing
 
Duration (phases):  During school year 2019/2020
- Choosing partner school on the project (May, June 2019)
- Division of tasks between the school (June, 2019)
- Work on project-activities (September-October - December, 2019)
- Processing of collected results (January-February, 2020)
- Final activities and work on project presentation (March, 2021)
 
Expected Results:  Expection of:
- increased number of educated young people about the meaning of reading on the cognitive abilities of the elderly
- early detection of symptoms and signs of forgetfulness, loneliness and isolation of the elderly
- timely help to the elderly in loss of concentration and memory loss
- prevention of gonadalphobia and ageisam
 
Risk Factors:

Lack of funds, waiver of partner school.


    
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PROJECT GOALS:
 
  The idea of the project came from the wish of the general public to get acquainted with color therapy or chromotherapy especially among the younger populations. According to scientists' claims that color therapy today represents one of the most promising and most effective methods of treatment, the goal of the project is to explore how color affects the body and mind of man. Color therapy is used in psychology, dermatology, nutritionism and even in cosmetics. An accelerated way of life to which people of all ages are exposed requires immediate intervention with a view to adapting to stress and reducing the consequences of stress. Through the activities of research on chromotherapy and the education of young people will explore the influence of color as a powerful tool for achieving mental and physical balance.

FIRST PHASE (March, April 2019.):
a. Agreement with school coordinator Vera Elveđi on registration the project at 13th "Days of E-medica"
b. Choosing the project name "Chromotherapy and how to restore the body to balance"
c. Making of framework program plane
d. The idea of the project is:
   1.) Follow the development of Chromotherapy in the world with special emphasis on participating countries
   2) Interrelated connection of the profession subject (clinical subjects and nursing care)
   3) Cooperation and inclusion of health, social workers and members of the Association of affected
   4) Study the literature that is relevant to the Chromotherapy
   5) Include the theme of the project as an integral part of the school units of vocational subjects
   6) Encourage students to teamwork and collaborate
   7) Presenting the project in an understandable way
   8) Explore and learn through the fun
   9) Recognizing new facts
 10) Peer education
e. Registration of schools interested in cooperation on the project
f. Agreement of the coordinator and mentor about the application and implementation of the project
g. Announcement of the project at the Teaching council
h. Selecting two to three students, educating them and assisting in the realization of the project
i. Communication between all project participants
j. Following work on project preparation
k. Analysis done
l. Identifying problems and risks
m. Solving problems
n. Constant coordination and cooperation with professional managers and school coordinators, recording and documenting the work of the first stage of the project
SECOND PHASE (June 2019.)
- Communication between participating schools
- Excanging students ideas
-Defining deadlines for carrying out activities
-The beginning of student activity
-Net-communication
- Monitoring project performance
-The evidence of the done
THIRD PHASE (October, December 2019.)
- Evaluation of first and second phase
-Planning of extension the project
- Communication between participating schools
-Student exchange
-Agreement about project presentation
-Uniting activities
- Record and documentation
FOURTH PHASE (January, February 2020.)
- Practicing the project
- Net meetings
-Registration the participant students
FIFTH PHASE (March 2020.)

- Participation on the 13th day of E medica
- Presentation of the project
- Evaluation of all project participants


    
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