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Offer to participate in Erasmus+ KA2, KA3 for Caregivers, Mental Health, Heart or Kidney disease.

Greek Carers Network EPIONI advocates for continuous and quality support services to individuals who work as informal, unpaid carers of family members or friends who are struggling with a physical or mental illness, disability or addiction in Greece. EPIONI is a member of several European and national networks. Among these Eurocarers, the European Network of Carers Organizations, Mental Health Europe, EASPD ( the European Association of Service Providers) and the European Federation of Associations of Families of People with Mental Illness (EUFAMI). We have experience in Erasmus+ projects as a coordinator (Educating Informal Caregivers, Learn4Carers) or as a partner (Share4Carers, ADHD-CARE, Share4Brain, Linking Partners)

We would be interested in sharing the perspective of the caregivers in a potential project proposal for caregivers. We are particularly involved in projects related to mental health, heart, and kidney disease. 

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