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. Look at the Award ceremony held at United Nations Vienna Here on Zeroproject Facebook Page
Thanks to an expert team on Machine Learning within Microsoft, FightTheStroke He participated in the "Microsoft hackathon 2018" ranking in the second world place in the category "Hack for Good Executive Challenge". A super Thank you to the team that contributed to this new success, to improve the life and independence of young survivors of the stroke: Alessandro Bigi, Antonio Maggio, Elena Terenzi, Jessica Tibaldi, Matteo Pagani, Ricardo Wagner, Roberto D'Angelo and Ricardo Wagner.
Our parents are acrosters, therapists, cooks, drivers, but they are mostly live parents, struggling and smiling every day and we like to celebrate them in May 2018, dedicated this year to life experiences after receiving the diagnosis of stroke, for the Own son.
Here you can find the contribution of Italian families to the Italian language campaign: https://en. FightTheStroke . org/Lifeafterstroke
The MAKING MORE HEALTH project: At the end of 2015 Francesca Fedeli She was elected to Ashoka fellow in Italy, thanks to the Making More Health program promoted by Boehringer Ingelheim to develop social entrepreneurship in health. Discover in this short video (ENG) The problem of stroke in young age, the solution proposed by FightTheStroke , the impact generated and the underlying social enterprise model.