The MENTOR+ consortium consists of 4 organizations from 3 countries: Italy, Greece, and Spain.

E CONSULTING SRL, Italy Coordinator

Social IT is an innovative SME that develops ICT solutions for the management of social and health care services. Its mission is to realize cutting-edge technology projects with the aim of achieving the highest levels of efficiency and effectiveness in the care delivery process and to guarantee support through the use of ICT tools, putting at the center the end-users and their needs. Social IT highly specialized staff is committed to study, develop and provide new technologically advanced governance solutions to welfare organizations. Integrated software and innovative ICT tools are able to simplify and speed up the management of activities avoiding waste and error, saving time and resources, while improving the quality of services with tangible implications for citizens’ well-being. Social IT has developed an enduring expertise in providing the most adequate and high-quality solutions, fostering the efficiency of social and health care systems and bettering the lives of patients. Social IT has also large experience in EU projects, mainly in E+ and H2020 funding programmes, allowing it to continue developing expertise through intense Research and Innovation activities and to develop ground-breaking ICT tools in support of fragile people (e.g., with intellectual disabilities, affected by autism, elderly with Alzheimer).

Facebook Twitter Linkedin

AM.IC. A designs, organizes and offers educational services from the smallest (from 3 months) to the oldest (adults and elderly) with the aim of promoting healthy lifestyles. In particular, it deals with: programming and management of social, health, cultural, educational, recreational, therapeutic-rehabilitation, motor and psychomotor services in support of individuals, families, communities and entities operating in the field of social assistance in general.

Right now AM.IC. A is specialized in offering companies practical solutions to improve the so-called "organizational well-being", promoting the preservation of the physical, psychological and social well-being of workers for all levels and roles of the organization.



POLIBIENESTAR, Institute for Research in Social Welfare Policies, directed by Jorge Garcés, is a public research institute belonging to the University of Valencia, specialized in research and social innovation, as well as technical advice and training in the field of social policies. It is composed of more than 100 researchers from different disciplines of the University of Valencia and 9 other partner universities, 7 Spanish and 3 international.

The Institute, with more than 10 years of experience, develops applied research with an interdisciplinary and holistic approach on economic, social, political and technical sustainability of welfare systems, all focused on society in general and vulnerable groups, as well as business groups and the third sector.  Specifically, Polibienestar's research revolves around 3 lines of research Health (integrated care, long-term care, health promotion and disease prevention, mental health, active and healthy aging, public health and training), Sustainability and Governance (circular economy, sustainable cities, democracy and participation, citizen science) and Innovation and inclusive education (digital literacy, training design).

Facebook Twitter



PROLEPSIS Institute,

Prolepsis Institute, a civil non-for-profit organization, was established in 1990 in Athens. With a strong belief in health being a fundamental right, Prolepsis Institute has undertaken a leading role in the field of public health, by designing and implementing initiatives on various health issues and in different sectors (e.g. education, workplace) targeting a wide range of population groups, such as children and adolescents, women, migrants, and the elderly, and different types of occupational groups, such as health professionals, as well as policy makers, other NGOs and decision makers. As a coordinator or a partner Prolepsis Institute has participated in approximately 70 EU co-funded and numerous national projects implementing research, applied and educational initiatives, aiming at health promotion and education of the public, policy change and tackling health inequalities.

Human resources consist of a multi-disciplinary experienced team of physicians, health promotion and communication specialists, statisticians, psychologists, sociologists, economists, nutritionists, food technologists, each of which undertake distinct roles in the Institute’s projects. Moreover, the Institute encourages interdisciplinary and international co-operation, creating networks of collaboration not only in Greece but also in Europe and the USA.

Facebook Instagram Twitter LinkedIn YouTube