Project to reduce loneliness during the Covid-19 pandemic!
The closing program of the Hospice Volunteers Project, supported by the Ministry of Youth and Sports and supported by the Therapeutic Brain Mapping and Neurotechnology Association, was held in Hospice. Within the scope of the project, in which the Uskudar University and Darulaceze Presidency participated as stakeholders, 60 Darulaceze residents and 40 volunteer students attended the training and workshops that lasted for 6 months.
Prof. Dr. Nevzat Tarhan: “Young people and the elderly need each other”
Speaking at the closing program of the project, Prof. Dr. Nevzat Tarhan said, “One of the most striking features of this project was the gathering of our students and experienced people during the pandemic period, and the reduction of loneliness during the Covid period.” Prof. Dr. Nevzat Tarhan said that elderly individuals need to tell about their life experiences, while the younger generation needs to benefit from these experiences.
The 6-month workshop and training of the Hospice Volunteers Project, supported by the Ministry of Youth and Sports within the scope of the Youth Projects Support Program, of which Uskudar University and the Hospice Presidency are stakeholders, have been completed.
Üsküdar Haber Ajansı (ÜHA)