FILL aims to provide an international, intercultural, multidisciplinary and intergenerational perspective on a specific cultural aspect: how the preparation of food and the rituals associated with eating should change in time to accommodate the changes in nutritional needs and lifestyles of people, with a focus on those who, due to age or diseases, have to substantially change their nutritional habits. The target groups include adults caring for their relatives, volunteers active in NGOs, aging people and educators working in the fields of social work and healthcare. Different cultures, ages, lifestyles and expectations will be taken into consideration.
A number of simple and effective solutions are available. Our aim is to gather data about them and to offer concise information to anyone involved, directly or indirectly, in the preparation and presentation of meals by producing textual, visual and audiovisual informational products for various target groups.
FILL is a partnership conducted under the Grundtvig strand of the European Commission's Lifelong Learning Programme.