Finished actions

Home care programme with social needs for patients at the final stage of life 2023

The Ramon Molinas Foundation collaborated with the Paliaclinic Foundation with the aim of supporting socioeconomically vulnerable patients through their final stage of life, so that they are able to face the process at home, and with dignity.

Help at home 2023

The Ramon Molinas Foundation supported the Roure Foundation with the aim of improving quality of life the elderly people that are socioeconomically vulnerable with practical steps/targeted actions in their own home.

Psychosocial rehabilitation centre for people with neurodiversity and/or mental illness (Yoto, Togo)

The Ramon Molinas Foundation collaborated with the Jatakendeya Association with the aim of supporting the ‘Psychosocial rehabilitation centre for people with neurodiversity and/or mental illness’ located in the Togolese region of Yoto.

Protecting sexual and reproductive rights in Bignona (Senegal)

The Ramon Molinas Foundation collaborated with the Kakolum Development Cooperation Association to protect sexual and reproductive rights of women and girls living in the Senegalese towns of Kafountine and Diouloulou and help them to live a life free of violence.

Digital access for people in precarious circumstances

The Ramon Molinas Foundation collaborated with the Àmbit Prevenció Foundation with the aim to promoting access to information and communication technology and improving the digital skills of sex workers.

Economato Solidario

The Ramon Molinas Foundation supported the Roure Foundation to provide food parcels to people and families who are socioeconomically vulnerable by using a social economy model that empowers its users.

Adaptation technology for the homes of elderly people with a dependency, a disability, or who are socioeconomically vulnerable

The Ramon Molinas Foundation collaborated with the Independent Living Association (AVI) with the aim of improving quality of life and promoting the personal autonomy of elderly people with dependency, a disability, and who are socioeconomically vulnerable by prescribing and providing assistive devices.

Home care programme with social needs for patients at the final stage of life 2022

The Ramon Molinas Foundation collaborated with the Paliaclinic Foundation with the aim of supporting socioeconomically vulnerable patients through their final stage of life, so that they are able to face the process at home, and with dignity.

Comprehensive companion care for elderly people suffering from loneliness

The Ramon Molinas Foundation collaborated with the Avismón-Catalunya Private Foundation with the aim of improving quality of life, fostering personal autonomy, and promoting the safety of economically vulnerable older people so they are able to live and grow old in their own homes.

Upgrading a robotic exoskeleton for the treatment of people with neurological disorders at risk of social exclusion

The Ramon Molinas Foundation collaborated with the Step by Step Foundation to upgrade the clinic’s robotic exoskeleton used for treatment, with the aim of improving quality of life and promoting the personal autonomy of people with neurological disorders from vulnerable socioeconomic groups.

A technology space for social transformation

The Ramon Molinas Foundation collaborated with the Comtal Foundation to boost motivation and the learning of transferable and technological skills in children, adolescents, and young people from disadvantaged socioeconomic backgrounds, supporting their further education and/or employment opportunities.

New high-tech physiotherapy equipment for the treatment of people with cerebral palsy and other neurodevelopmental disorders

The Ramon Molinas Foundation collaborated with the Aspace Foundation Catalonia to provide access to psychological and neuropsychological physiotherapy equipment for the treatment of people with cerebral palsy and other neurodevelopmental disorders. 

Secondary school in Diannah (Kafountine, Senegal)

The Ramon Molinas Foundation collaborated with Kakolum Development Cooperation Association with the aim of improving the secondary school in Diannah (Kafountine, Senegal). The initiative aims to provide quality education, a sustainable water and electricity supply, as well as improve the community allotment which is located on school grounds.

Life after a stroke (Vivir tras un ictus)

The Ramon Molinas Foundation collaborated with the Ictus Foundation, with the aim of providing care for stroke sufferers and their families in order to improve their quality of life and foster patients’ personal autonomy.

Help at home 2021

The Ramon Molinas Foundation supported the Roure Foundation with the aim of improving quality of life the elderly people that are socioeconomically vulnerable with practical steps/targeted actions in their own home.

Home care programme with social needs for patients at the final stage of life 2021

The Ramon Molinas Foundation collaborated with the Paliaclinic Foundation with the aim of supporting socioeconomically vulnerable patients through their final stage of life, so that they are able to face the process at home, and with dignity.

Magistrales

The Ramon Molinas Foundation collaborated with the Sebta Foundation to provide art workshops for adults with intellectual disabilities.

Aventubers

The Ramon Molinas Foundation is collaborating with the Experientia Association with the aim of developing an initiative based on Adventure Therapy, designed to address the psychosocial needs caused by problematic technology use in young people.

Extension of the Aspanias Therapeutic Care Service (SAT) and a new location for the administrative, communication, leisure and volunteer departments at Aspanias

The Ramon Molinas Foundation collaborated with Aspanias, helping them to transfer location and improve the care they provide to people with intellectual disabilities and other developmental disorders.

Grow old at home (Envejecer en casa)

The Ramon Molinas Foundation collaborated with the Avismón-Catalunya Private Foundation with the aim of improving the quality of life, autonomy and safety of elderly people that are socio-economically vulnerable, enabling them to live and grow old in their own homes.