Project number: 2022-1-RO01-KA220-ADU-000087209
Internet Addiction Disorder, although not officially recognised by WHO or APA, is a serious and problematic pathology. It can be defined as a lack of control in the use of Internet, in such a way that it impacts the personal life of the user. Out of the 39% worldwide population using the Internet, approx. 6% is estimated to be affected by IAD.
All project activities will be geared towards solving problems and improving the situation of disadvantaged adults. The project will create tools for institutions that support and care for disadvantaged adults: adult social care centres, adult education organisations, third age universities, local and regional education departments, etc.
Adult educators dealing mainly with disadvantaged adults (main)
People with fewer opportunities (low qualified, unemployed, adults at poverty risk, etc.) (secondary target group)
PR1: IADliber Survival Kit – a collection of content which will enhance skills related to mindfulness and other methods of focus, self-awareness and reliable assessment of the situation, in order to help create a society that is better educated and more resilient to IAD.
PR2: IADliber Mobile App – will allow the target group to check the observed symptoms of Internet Addiction Disorder and assign them to specific remedial steps. The app will function without internet connection, once downloaded
Project website: https://iadliber.erasmus.site/
- Stowarzyszenie Centrum Wspierania Edukacji I Przedsiębiorczości Poland
- Centre For Education Spain
- Rightchallenge -Associação Portugal
- Dekaplus Business Services Ltd Cyprus
- Istanbul Valiligi Turkey
- Macdac Engineering Consultancy Bureau Ltd – Mecb Malta