A non-profit organisation like TolBo could not possibly survive without the goodwill of indispensable sponsors. On this page we would like to take the time to thank our financial helpers. We would like to point out that our work would be much harder without their valuable support.
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Autimatic matches employers and people with autism. Despite their many talents, this group has trouble finding their way in the job market. Companies, non-profit organisations and governments can call on their services for digital content, administrative support and office automation. This socially responsible outsourcing is an ideal alternative to working with freelancers or more expensive commercial organisations.
Do you frequently get in contact with people with intellectual disabilities? Does communication sometimes prove difficult or awkward? Perhaps you do not always know what to expect from them or how best to react? This course has the answer. In this 3 hour training, I will explain what to expect from someone with a mental disability – and perhaps more importantly, what not. Using many practical examples, I will provide you with handy, immediately applicable tips and tricks.
One in seven people (women, men and children) suffer from urine leakage. Despite this large number, it remains a taboo subject. In many cases, it is only a slight leakage of urine when exercising or coughing. There are solutions on the market. But Entusia thought it could do better. The Belgian company developed beautiful and fashionable underwear with a new kind of fibre. Both for women (briefs) and men (boxer shorts). Are bandages from now on a thing of the past?
Digitalisation is used in the Goevie! application to create a smart inclusion assistant. The basis is a mega-database full of tools to let as many pupils as possible learn and develop. The application is programmed so cleverly that, on the one hand, tools are automatically deployed in a goal-oriented way and, on the other hand, the automatically generated action plan is a digital cooperation instrument in which all those involved play their part.
KTG Solutions aims to make Europe accessible, so that people with mobility problems can participate in society unhindered and on equal terms. Our approach is flexible and tailored to your wishes. KTG Solutions is accustomed to finding a solution in a variety of situations and for the most challenging problems. You not only want to keep up appearances by following the rules, but you also want to give a warm welcome to visitors with disabilities.
In 2019, Annelies Delmoitié purchased the Amazonas trading agency (hammocks and hanging chairs). She sells hammocks and hanging chairs, which are ideal for patients with back problems. In doing so, she is entering into a partnership with TolBo.
My Add On develops innovative and trendy products to make crutches, wheelchairs and rollators more comfortable, practical and beautiful.
At Op Trot, the camper or scooter is a ticket to a great experience where you are at the steering wheel yourself. This in combination with tastings and mystery games on wheels. Experience, relax, taste or play in the Hageland or the wider world.
Tante Anne is a new, digital measuring tool that allows you to learn at a local level what is going on among nursing home residents, so that you can immediately improve their living conditions. With an interactive screen in the social space, we collect feedback and residents get games back on the screen as a reward.
Tover wants to change the way the world looks at people with a cognitive challenge through innovative serious games that amaze and connect. They challenge players to surprise themselves with their abilities. Games for a better life: purposeful play.
Based on its expertise, WeTravel2 has the know-how, experience and local contacts that not only make travelling possible for you as a traveller with a disability, but also ensure you of a warm welcome.
The municipality of Zaventem is committed to accessibility and mobility friendliness. The municipality has opted for a permanent approach and has been awarded the label of accessible municipality by the province of Flemish Brabant.