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FONDAZIONE CANALI ONLUS - SOCIAL ASSISTANCE

FONDAZIONE CANALI ONLUS - SOCIAL ASSISTANCE

These initiatives offer protection for those who find themselves in difficulty, either in a social or personal context, providing psychological support and assistance.

These initiatives offer protection for those who find themselves in difficulty, either in a social or personal context, providing psychological support and assistance.

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Fondazione Renato Piatti - Get the smiles moving

Varese (2019)
Fondazione Renato Piatti

The Semi-residential Therapeutic and Rehabilitation Center (CTRS) LA NUOVA BRUNELLA is a service aimed at minors with diagnoses related to the autism spectrum. The CTRS, is located at the second floor of the Multifunction Center for Impairment and Family, located in Via Crispi 4 in Varese, a short walk from the city center.

The goal of this project is to guarantee safe and effective transport for the children to and from the campus whether that is for medical checkups, planned fieldtrips, or activities outside the main location. All catalyzed by the essential role played by transportation in social inclusion scenarios.

The main beneficiaries from the program are 42 children and 10 adults with neuropsychological disorders being treated at CTRS La Nuova Brunella and CSS La Nueva Brunella respectively.


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VENTIDUESIMO ANNO (22ND YEAR)

Ventiduesimo anno' is a project aimed at supporting young women who are legally protected as minors and approaching the age of majority by facilitating this transition from a social and professional standpoint.

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COMUNITÀ FAMILIARE CASA APERTA
(OPEN HOUSE FAMILY COMMUNITY)

A project aimed at updating and furnishing a part of the Villa Dho in Seveso, which houses and fosters adolescent children at risk of social marginalization.

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IN VIAGGIO SENZA VALIGIE
(TRAVELLING WITHOUT SUITCASES)

The Travelling without suitcases initiative aims to counter the feelings of abandonment and isolation that disabled children and their families may experience.

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