Aim

The foundation supports people with severe craniocerebral trauma and strokes
Every year, around 12,000 people in Switzerland suffer from a stroke.
Every year, 3,000 to 5,000 people are affected by brain trauma.
Integration into everyday life (family, leisure, school and work) is specially promoted.


The foundation realizes and supports research projects
Reference data for brain waves.
Attention deficit in children and adults.
Deficits in memory.


The foundation supports young researchers
Organization of training places for doctoral and licentiate work.
The connection and the cooperation with universities are specifically sought.
The findings from the research activities are to be made available to institutions and experts in medicine, psychology and therapy. The support includes all efforts for adequate participation in life. The range of activities spans from advice to financial support. Those directly affected, parents and relatives can contact the foundation directly for information. Anonymity and confidentiality of course remains guaranteed.


The foundation organizes public lectures and information events
The foundation initiates and promotes media reports, articles and publications. The aim is to facilitate access to neurophysiological reference data for experts.


The foundation has the central principle in all forms of support
Targeted help for those affected thanks to comprehensive information, better early diagnosis and more differentiated diagnoses.