The project “IADliber – Raising competences of adult educators as a means for adults liberation from internet addiction disorder” project aims to support adult educators who have fewer opportunities in their efforts to improve their diagnostic skills and tackle internet addiction.
Internet addiction is a broad term that covers a range of behaviours and impulse control problems involving the Internet, personal computer, mobile phone and other technologies.
The aim of the IADliber project is to develop the following skills:
- Techniques for recognising and responding to Internet addiction.
- Types of IAD and the degree to which it worsens.
- Ways and principles of talking to an addicted adult.
- Other methods of focussing.
- Self-awareness and reliable assessment of the situation.
- IAD - prevention.
The main target groups of the IADliber project are: adult educators working especially with with disadvantaged groups and people with fewer opportunities (low-skilled people, unemployed, adults at risk of poverty, etc.).
This project is supported in the frame of the Erasmus+ European programme.