The SensAge Newsletter of May 2014 reports about the increasing amount of information supporting ageing people with sensory disabilities:
- The SensAge-video can be watched in several languages
- The network is asking people to add more articles, data, information, methodologies, skills and
events to the Knowledge Base – a Knowledge Base which, thanks to the Members of the SensAge
Project, is becoming the Reference Point for Ageing People with Sensory Disabilities in the EU and further afield, such as in Quebec.
- Information about the 3rd Conference, this time at the University of York in the UK, on 23 June
this year, with the title Promo-ting Active Participation by Ageing People with Sensory Disabilities.
The EC funding for the Network Project will stop towards the end of this year, but the need for the Project will not. The 3 years of the Project to date have shown its importance to a greater degree than we could ever have imagined when we started.
This and more information can be read in the final SensAge newsletter of May 2014. You can read more by clicking at the pdf-file at the bottom of this news-item.