A game-changing collaborationNews
We're thrilled to announce our partnership with STASISM - a game-changing collaboration aimed at promoting inclusion and opportunities for people with Cerebral Palsy and related neurological conditions.
As the world's first social online platform with therapeutic physical video games, assessment, exercises, and virtual personal trainers, made specifically for people with Cerebral Palsy, we're excited to leverage our expertise and Statism's unique platform to increase participation in football activities both online and in-person, while exploring opportunities to support participation, classification, and training in football activities.
This partnership also brings together two like-minded organizations with a shared vision for inclusion and opportunities for people with CP:
IFCPF is the worldwide governing body for CP Football and Frame Football, collaborating with various football bodies such as Para Football, Asian Football Confederation (AFC), and the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA), as well as Paralympic organisations like the International Paralympic Committee (IPC), Americas Paralympic Committee (APC), Asian Paralympic Committee, and European Paralympic Committee (EPC).
Stasism is a holistic social online gaming platform created for individuals with Cerebral Palsy. Our platform offers a comprehensive range of therapeutic physical video games, virtual personal trainers, exercises and assessments that focus on improving your motor skills, coordination and balance. Forget that you are doing physical exercise and just have fun!
By working hand-in-hand with Stasism and their partners, we're breaking down barriers to physical activity and promoting a more inclusive world. This partnership is set to revolutionise the way people with CP engage in physical activity by developing new and innovative approaches to engaging them, creating new opportunities for physical activity, inclusion, and growth.
Sam Turner, CEO/Secretary General of IFCPF, shared: "We're excited to partner with Stasism and to explore the potential of this innovative platform to increase participation and promote inclusion in CP Football activities. This collaboration will lead to new and innovative approaches to engaging people with CP in physical activity, both in-person and online."
"At Stasism, we believe that everyone deserves the chance to thrive, no matter their physical limitations," affirmed Kjetil Helland, CEO of Stasism. "That's why we're absolutely thrilled to partner with IFCPF to create even more opportunities for people with Cerebral Palsy to live life to the fullest. Our platform offers a truly unique way for individuals with CP to experience the joy of physical activity through video games, all from the comfort and safety of their own homes. Together with IFCPF, we're excited to make a positive impact in the lives of even more people with CP around the globe."
We couldn't agree more. This partnership is a significant step towards creating a more inclusive world for people with Cerebral Palsy and related neurological conditions. We're excited to work with Stasism and their partners to reach more people with CP and provide opportunities for them to be physically active. Together, we're creating a new standard in the world of CP football and bringing the benefits of physical activity to even more people with CP.
What is Stasism?
STASISM is a holistic platform for physical therapy.
It creates an extremely motivating way of doing necessary exercises by using video games, virtual worlds, real-time virtual personal trainers, assessments, exercises and more. All in the comfort of your own home.
Forget that you are doing physical therapy and just focus on having fun!
Who is it for?
Stasism is a social online platform offering therapeutic physical video games for people with cerebral palsy. It is designed to improve motor skills, balance, and coordination in people of all ages and abilities, both at home and in a clinical setting.
Stasism also provides a supportive online community and resources for caregivers, therapists, and healthcare professionals to support users’ progress and development.
In summary, Stasism is intended for people with cerebral palsy seeking a fun and effective way to engage in physical activities and improve their overall well-being.