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The finalists of #SpinUOC 2022 have been revealed

03/06/2022. One candidate will be awarded with the ‘Ramon Molinas prize for best project with social impact’.

The Annual Report is now available for 2021

03/05/2022. The Annual Report summarises all the programmes developed by the Ramon Molinas Foundation in the last year.

More than 500 people will benefit from the refurbishment of a secondary school in Diannah (Senegal)

18/10/2021. The initiative aims to guarantee quality education and provide a sustainable water and electricity supply.

The RMF is supporting the upgrade of a robotic exoskeleton for the treatment of people with neurological injuries

21/09/2021. The initiative by the Step by Step Foundation assists with the recovery of spinal cord or brain injuries.

More than one hundred young people from disadvantaged socioeconomic backgrounds will receive transferable and technological skills and technology thanks to the RMF

14/09/2021. The Comtal Foundation’s Technology space for social transformation focuses on programming and digital creation with the aim of boosting motivation and learning outcomes in the project’s attendees.

The Foundation is sponsoring an initiative to evaluate and improve a virtual clinic in the field of mental health

07/09/2021. Created by Aimentia HealthTech the tool uses artificial intelligence to empower patients and improve diagnoses and treatment.

The RMF is launching a research programme to refine an innovative home telecare solution

01/09/2021. SeniorDomo offers prevention, protection and support everywhere and at all times, and will be evaluated by the Independent Living Association.

The Experientia Association and the Ramon Molinas Foundation promote Adventure Therapy

21/07/2021. The ‘Aventubers’ programme will take young people with a problematic relationship to technology on a route through Galicia.

The Ramon Molinas Foundation helps to launch art workshops for adults with intellectual disabilities

12/07/2021. Created and developed by the Setba Foundation, the initiative will provide visibility to the artistic talent of adults with intellectual disabilities.

The RMF is collaborating in the development of software that encourages the personal autonomy of users in the care and support sector

30/06/2021. Created by the Institute of Robotics for Dependency, Newton ONE helps organisations in the care and support sector to automate the collection of objective and continuous data on the quality of life of people that use their care services.

A thousand users of the Aspace Foundation Catalonia will benefit from high-tech physiotherapy equipment

22/06/2021. The RMF is collaborating with the organisation with the aim of encouraging the personal autonomy of people with cerebral palsy.

Educatool receives the ‘Ramon Molinas Prize for best project with social impact’

18/06/2021. The educational tool was awarded the prize as part of #SpinUOC 2021.

The finalists of #SpinUOC 2021 have been revealed

26/05/2021. One candidate will be awarded with the ‘Ramón Molinas prize for best project with social impact’.

Six young people will complete the ‘RMF: Scholarship in English for young adults at the British Council 2020-2021’

03/05/2021. The programme will offer a total of 19 scholarships to university students from backgrounds with socioeconomic difficulties over the academic year.

The Annual Report is now available for 2020

20/04/2021. The Annual Report summarises all the programmes developed by the Ramon Molinas Foundation in the last year.

The ‘Home care programme for patients with social needs at the final stage of life’ will help 300 people in 2021

16/02/2021. The RMF and the Paliaclinic Foundation are renewing their collaboration to support socioeconomically vulnerable patients through their final stage of life, so that they are able to face the process with dignity.

The Ramon Molinas Foundation is collaborating with the Ictus Foundation to support the personal autonomy of people that have suffered from cerebrovascular disease

29/01/2021. 540 stroke survivors will benefit from an initiative that offers information, emotional support and neurorehabilitation.

The RMF and Roure Foundation renew their collaboration to improve quality of life for socioeconomically vulnerable people

20/01/2021. Help at home will care for around 300 people every week throughout the year of 2021.

The RMF and Friends of the Elderly fight against loneliness in elderly people in Barcelona

08/01/2021. 1,200 people older than 65 years old will be able to take advantage of an initiative that will provide telephone support to combat loneliness.

The RMF and the Àmbit Prevenció Foundation are uniting to broach the digital divide

18/12/2020. The collaboration between both organisations will encourage access to information and communication technology, and improve the digital skills of the women using Violeta’s accommodation services.