Innovators for Children is a collaborative effort between Impact Hub Bucharest, Impact Hub Basel and Fondation Botnar supporting early-stage innovations focusing on improving the health and well-being of children and young people in Romania. By providing training, mentoring, funding and connections into local and international entrepreneurial communities the program accelerates impactful and innovative solutions that help change the future for children.
KinetoBebe is a micro-learning platform for physiotherapists and parents to improve the quality of kinetotherapy, psychology and speech therapy for children, thereby supporting faster and more efficient recovery.
The Runners Up (phase one)
InovEd offers online courses for teachers and parents related to child psychology and neuro-science education, aiming at emotional, physical and cognitive development.
iVra – immersive virtual reality in autism is a therapeutic technique applied to children diagnosed with autistic spectrum disorders by reproducing and simulating hyperstimulation scenarios.
Living Robotics proposes solutions in the field of medical robotics (upper and lower electrically powered lower legs for people with disabilities) accessible to any social category.
Awareness Conference for Innovators for Children
On 09 April, Impact Hub Bucharest, (one of) our acronym twin(s), hosted a joint-conference on innovation in children’s public health in Romania, with speakers from UNICEF, Vodafone Foundation, and local organizations. We were there, and want to bring you behind-the-scenes insight.
Read up on the Conference in our short’n’sweet blog post.