Fightthestroke has been selected among 65 practices and 11 policies from around the world that help persons with disabilities on the Zero Project Award 2019, celebrating this year the topic of Independent Living and Political Participation. Project Mirrorable indeed has been awarded as a unique platform that improves the Motor Function in Young People with Cerebral Palsy.
Parents whose baby had perinatal stroke create rehabilitation platform to help him and others
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Mêlant neuro-physique et jeux vidéo, un dispositif de rééducation ludique est expérimenté par une équipe de chercheurs italiens à destination des enfants ayant subi un AVC lorsqu’ils étaient nouveau-nés. Un projet Microsoft qui pourrait déboucher sur d’autres applications liées à l’apprentissage. Les présentations, avec ZDNet.
Courtesy of Social Innovations Journal.
This article describes a revolutionary rehabilitation therapy utilized with children suffering from consequences of stroke at young age. The therapy was developed within a framework that involves both children and their families and is supported by Mirrorable, a proprietary technological solution.
Courtesy of Microsoft Enterprise and Alessandro Lombardi.
When he was 10 days old, my colleague’s son, Mario, was diagnosed as having suffered a perinatal stroke that left him unable to control the left side of his body. Mario’s parents explored the science of mirror neurons for his treatment. Mirror neurons create a neurological basis for empathy, triggered when video of a repeatable, familiar movement is shown to any person.