Research from the Dynamo Academy and the experience of Vincenzo Falabella, national president of the Italian disability outreach federation FISH (Federazione Italiana per il Superamento dell’Handicap) indict the pandemic for a yearlong profectus interruptus undermining the headway made in Italy to include people with disabilities and pathologies in the labour market. Where should we recommence?
Italian Institute of Technology scientist Maria Fossati, who has had no left forearm since birth, not only invented the prosthesis but is also the first to use it: “Now used by over 30 people worldwide”
Especially during the last year, with the pandemic and lockdown, people have felt the need to have every possible kind of help at home. This also applies to keeping in touch with the outside world and continuing to work
Barbara Montanari is a mother who lost her job to take care of her daughter with Down’s syndrome. Hence the idea of starting Sartorie Leggere to involve and give a concrete chance of training for people with disabilities.
: If engaging in creative activities can reduce anxiety, stress and mood disorders, then these same activities can become a great way to reduce welfare costs while improving our quality of life. This is what cultural welfare is all about.
All he smelled for months after he recovered was cooked cabbage. With the help of a number of professionals, he developed a tool to help patients regain their sense of smell and correct sensory deficits.
The president of Minotauro in Milan and professor of psychology at the Milano-Bicocca University explains that “the new challenge for education is digital education, finally taking its first steps towards a school model”.