By providing access to expertise, scientific insight, digital medicine, financial support and project management skills, the Neuro.io Foundation is empowering NGOs and local organisations to deliver essential brain and mental health initiatives that change lives.
Founded 19 years ago in Geneva, All Special Kids (ASK) is a vital, not-for-profit resource for parents, schools and specialists supporting children with learning difficulties and special educational needs in Switzerland.
The Digital Health Hub (DH2) within the Biopôle Lausanne campus is home to the ultimate collaborative network that contains professionals, researchers and businesses from within the digital health community in Switzerland and beyond.
Based in Switzerland, HackaHealth supports people with disabilities by developing personalised solutions that improve their daily living.
The NCM is an international community of scientists, clinicians and students whose focus is the advancement of research into how the brain controls movement. The NCM’s annual conference is attended by experts in the field.
Douleurs Sans Frontières (DSF), which was founded in 1996, is an international NGO working to relieve pain and suffering among some of the world’s most disadvantaged populations.
Through its pain management project for victims of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict in Armenia, the Aznavour Foundation aims to improve the quality of life for people who are experiencing chronic pain following serious cerebral injury in the war or following amputation due to injury in the conflict.
This hospital focuses on holistic wellness, and the Neuro.io Foundation’s planned financial contribution in 2022 will be used to purchase therapy technology for patients suffering from neurological disorders, including conditions that have been brought on by stroke.