The project aims to prepare youth organizations and youth workers to identify early signs and prevent the development of gaming disorders among young people. This involves raising awareness of the negative effects of excessive gaming, providing youth workers and organizations with knowledge to recognize the signs of gaming disorder, and disambiguating it from normal gaming behavior. The project also aims to equip youth workers with tools to identify early signs of gaming disorder and to support young people in developing healthy habits around gaming. Overall, the project seeks to address the issue of gaming disorder by educating and empowering youth workers and organizations to support young people in their communities.
Through training sessions, workshops, and online resources, the project aims to promote a more balanced and healthy approach to gaming among young people.
Partners' Countries: Germany, Poland, Greece, Cyprus, Portugal, Irland, France, and Austria.
Supporting youth organizations and youth workers for the identification and prevention of youth gaming disorder.
This project is co-funded by the Erasmus+ Program of the European Union