Ageing population is one of the main challenges of this decade. As more and more elderly people live alone in single-person households even a physically active person can easily become lonely and isolated if does not have regular activities and social interactions.
Participation in cultural, physical activity programmes and other free-time activities, membership in elderly organizations or clubs reduce social isolation and exclusion therefore can reduce the risk of loneliness and its health consequences. Social interactions also play an important role in accessing information about health, health promotion, and disease prevention issues.
The main goal of the project is to increase the number of active elderly people by providing them with information about programmes and services.
Our aims are: