Non-vocational learning increases older adult wellbeing and social participation

A post on the blog of EPALE, a European ePaltform on adult learning, highlights the benefits of non-vocational and informal lifelong learning among older adults, increasing their well-being and social inclusion.

The article, which refers to a UK study focusing on people aged 50+, explains the relevance of promoting lifelong learning among seniors, not merely in the objective of improving their employability, but as an effective way to encourage active and healthy ageing and support the EU’s effort in that field.

Read the article here

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