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The TRACK training programme in brief

  • For informal carers and focused on Alzheimer
  • Short, blended, micro-learning- based: 20 hours= 16h face to face / 4h eLearning
  • Planned for about 6 weeks
  • Available in 4 languages (EN/FR/ES/DE)
  • Free of charge and with an open license (Creative Common 4.0 allowing further changes if non commercial use and distributed under the same license)

What if I want to use TRACK?

Several options and tools are available in the 4 languages of the project*:

The TRACK Training Kit: this document constitutes a guide to instructors, helping them to understand fully the aims and method of the TRACK training, as well  as suggesting ways to organise the face-to-face sessions. It provides also guidance for anyone willing to use the online resources autonomously.

Regarding TRACK online resources, 3 options are available freely to the public:

  • You can follow the online content of the TRACK training on the Moodle platform available till end 2017 (https://trackproject.eu). Just register! 
  • You can pick up and use single contents independently: they are accessible here (Quizzes, Info sheets, E-learning contents)
  • The SCORM file is available to training providers (to be deployed on a LMS platform)

*Under the Creative Common Attribution-Non-Commercial-Share Alike 4.0 International license, allowing the remix, tweak and built upon the work non commercially, and to distribute derivative works only under the same license.

The TRACK training programme contents

UNDERSTANDING ALZHEIMER AND DAILY IMPACTS

1.1. Alzheimer's and its evolution

1.2. Psychological and behavioural disorders

1.3. Support measures 

CREATING AN EFFECTIVE RELATIONSHIP WITH THE CARE RECIPIENT

2.1. Communication

2.2. How and where I am as informal carer?

2.3. Managing difficult and stressful situations 

PRESERVING INDEPENDENT LIVING AT HOME

 3.1. Routines and landmarks for daily life

3.2. Daily activities

3.3. Case studies

Changing lives.
Opening minds.