MEMTRAIN Partners Announced


MEMTRAIN: Memory Training for Older Adults
Linking Physical Exercise and Brain Training to promote Healthy Ageing

The European Development Agency gladly announce, on behalf of our clients Právě teď , the partners which have been chosen for the project; MEMTRAIN. There was an huge response to the call for partners with over seventy applicants for just six partner positions. There was a long list of suitable candidates which no doubt could have greatly contributed to the project, however in the end we picked the strongest candidates with a variety of skills which will contribute to a balanced team.

The partners are as follows:

Project Coordinator:
Pravé TED, Czech Republic
University Partner:
University Miguel Hernandez, Spain
Sports Partner:
Judo Ireland, Ireland
Sports Partner:
Gdynia Sports Centre, Poland
Sports Partner:
Sport For All – UISP Territoriale Cirie’ Settimo Chivasso, Italy
Brain Training Partner:
Adult Education Centre Rogaska Slatina, Slovenia
Brain Training Partner:
Cesta ke zdraví Kladno, Czech Republic

Právě teď

Právě teď are a non-profit organisation (NGO) which aims to change the perception of ageing in society. It offers daily activities for older people, days of sport, senior camps, memory training, financial literacy training and much more.

MEMTRAIN – Project Overview

Project Aim:

  • To share expertise in the field of brain training and physical exercise for older people (55+) to promote healthy ageing.
  • To prevent the degeneration of memory for healthy older people.
  • To create a training manual which includes three 10-week courses combining sport and memory games as well as chapters on the science behind the idea and safety, motavtion and first aid training tips.

The project will conduct a scientific study on the benefits of linking exercise with brain training to promote healthy ageing and good memory for older adults (55+). At the same time experts in the fields of sport and brain training, who have specific experience in creating programmes for older adults will share their knowledge and create a training manual. This manual will be tested throughout Europe in partner’s home countries during a 10-week training course. Throughout the course surveys and questionnaires will be given to participants and trainers and the data gained from this will be used to better inform the scientific study and to add further substance/ lessons learned to the training manual.

We are looking forward to a successful project and we are moving on to the next phase of the project which will be to submit the Erasmus+ KA2 application by 31st March, 2016.