Activating seniors

Social activation project for seniors to improve their quality of life through educational, psycho-educational and community activities. It is aimed at people aged 60+ who want to develop their skills and integrate into the local community. Our activities include cognitive training, supporting cognitive function through memory, concentration and strategic thinking exercises, legal workshops dedicated to educating seniors about their rights and responsibilities, with an emphasis on inheritance and fraud law. Above that, we offer community and psycho-educational activities that develop interpersonal skills and promote healthy lifestyles. And any senior feeling depressed about aging can benefit from a series of meetings with a psychologist who offers emotional support and helps them adapt to life changes.

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The Senior Period is a stage full of changes that are not always easy or pleasant. Seniors may begin to feel lonely, especially when a spouse has died, begin to struggle with not only physical health, but also mental problems. Approaching death is a flurry of thoughts about who will take over their estate, but also how to avoid being scammed “on pots,” “on a grandson” or “on a policeman.” Then there’s that feeling when it seems like work and social life is slowing down and loved ones are getting further away. It is natural that these changes can introduce anxiety and nostalgia for the “good old days.” There are so many changes that it only introduces unnecessary chaos and anxiety. Our foundation is responding to these challenges.

Who are we targeting?

The group of recipients of the activities are people who are 60 years of age or older and are willing to participate in our activities. There is no upper age limit. There are also no time restrictions, each senior can use the activities of which ce and for as long as he wants.

Forms of assistance

  • Community activities: these gatherings are aimed at building strong social ties through joint activities. From outings to social gatherings, they give seniors a chance to share experiences, develop interests and actively participate in the community.
  • Social skills trainings: These are classes designed to improve communication and interpersonal skills. Participants learn how to effectively resolve conflicts, work in a group, and how to build positive relationships with those around them.
  • Psycho-educational classes: Offer knowledge about mental health, techniques for coping with stress, and strategies for staying mentally fit. They aim to increase awareness of one’s own emotions and behavior, promoting a healthy lifestyle.
  • Art therapy and music therapy classes: These involve the use of art and music for therapeutic purposes. Art therapy allows people to express themselves through creativity, while music therapy uses the power of sound to improve well-being, communication and the expression of emotions.
  • Cognitive training: These are exercises of the mind to improve memory, concentration and other cognitive functions. Through a variety of tasks, seniors can take care of their mental fitness, which is crucial for quality of life in later years.
  • Individual psychological sessions: These are meetings with a psychologist where seniors can talk about their problems, concerns or challenges. The therapist offers support, advice and coping strategies.
  • Dietary workshops for seniors: In these classes, participants learn how to compose healthy and balanced meals tailored to the needs of the elderly. The role of diet in maintaining health and well-being is emphasized.
  • Caregiving and nursing workshops for seniors: Teach how to take care of yourself or loved ones in their senior years. They cover topics related to long-term care, nursing techniques, and ways to maintain independence in daily life.
  • Legal workshops: Conducted by experts, these are designed to educate seniors about their rights and responsibilities. Legal issues concerning pensions, inheritance, health care and many other aspects important to seniors are discussed.
  • Individual legal consultations: This is an opportunity to meet with a lawyer to discuss individual legal problems. Seniors can get case-specific advice, which is especially important when dealing with complex legal issues.
  • Individual pedagogical and family consultations: such meetings help in solving family, parenting or adaptation problems. A specialist can advise on how to deal with the challenges of intergenerational relationships, raising grandchildren or changes in family structure.

Each of these activities and services is designed to support seniors in various aspects of their lives, from physical and mental health to legal issues to social and family relationships.


Indicator namePlanned level to be achieved at
end 2024
Number of seniors covered by activities
Number of centers where we work for seniors
Number of hours of classes and workshops for seniors
Number of hours of legal counseling
Number of hours of psychological consultations
Number of hours of family counseling

Project contact

For more information, please contact: [email protected]


Activating seniors, a test entry from the seniors category

Realized in previous years

Number of seniors covered by activities712193
Number of centers where we work for seniors154
Number of hours of classes and
workshops for seniors

Everyone deserves a chance

Project co-financed from the funds of the government’s “Active+” long-term program for the elderly for 2021-2025
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