Eva Jarolímová (1960) has graduated in psychology on the Faculty of Arts at Charles University in Prague, where she dedicated her master’s thesis and her rigorosum thesis to the psychology of aging, focusing especially on the elderly people suffering from dementia. Currently a doctoral student at Charles University in Prague (her social psychology, dissertation project is focused on caregiver’s burden in Alzheimer's family care). In the Czech Alzheimer Society she works as a consultant and psychologist in order to help the informal carers and people living with dementia, she also works as a diagnostician for the cognitive impairment and carries out a great number of educational activities each year. For several years now, she has been teaching course ‘Psychology of Aging and Age, and the basics of geropsychology’ for the students of the Department of Psychology at the Faculty of Arts in Prague. Eva is active in research and publishes her work. Since 2011 she worked as a researcher at the Faculty of Humanities Studies at Charles University in Prague and since 2016 she has been working researcher at the Faculty of Arts at Charles University in Prague. In 2010 she has co-founded and since then she has been leading the working group for geropsychology of the Czech-Moravian Psychological Society in Prague.