Dementia: stimulating cognitive abilities with Serious games

In 2015, 46.8 million people worldwide had dementia. These numbers are expected to increase.

Serious games are a well known non pharmaceutical practice for treating cognitive symptoms of dementia with Mild and Moderate Symptoms through stimulating cognitive abilities. Moreover it is proven that traditional games could have a positive impact.

Bridge project project aims to create games treating cognitive and behavioral symptoms of dementia through various workshops engaging younger and older people.

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DEMENTIA: STIMULATING COGNITIVE ABILITIES WITH SERIOUS GAMES
DEMENTIA: STIMULATING COGNITIVE ABILITIES WITH SERIOUS GAMES
May 7, 2019

The Erasmus+ funded “Bridge ” programme is pleased to launch its new website https://projectbridge.eu/. The webplatform will deliver the aims of the 2 year pan-European initiative that aims to develop a set of serious games treating cognitive and behavioral symptoms of dementia.

Bridge project: kick off meeting in Thessaloniki (Greece)
Bridge project: kick off meeting in Thessaloniki (Greece)
January 2, 2019

On the 6th  and 7th  of december the first project meeting was held in Greece. The partners introduced their own organisations,  discussed of the project management, dissemination strategy and scheduled future steps.