At Stasism, our vision is to create a holistic social online gaming platform that provides therapeutic physical video games made for people with disabilities and people in need of physiotherapy. Our platform is designed to promote inclusivity, empowerment, accessibility, and innovation, with the ultimate goal of enhancing the physical, mental, and social well-being of our community. We strive to be the leading provider of social gaming experiences for people with disabilities or injuries, breaking down barriers and creating new opportunities for our community to connect, learn, and grow through gaming and friendship.
At Stasism, we believe in creating an inclusive and accessible world for all individuals, regardless of their physical abilities. We recognize the unique challenges faced by people with cerebral palsy and are committed to empowering them through our platform. Our core values are:
We believe that everyone should have access to fun and engaging activities, regardless of their physical abilities.
We aim to empower people with cerebral palsy by providing them with a platform that is designed specifically for their needs.
We are committed to making our platform as accessible as possible, using the latest technology and design principles to ensure that everyone can participate.
We believe that the power of social connections can be transformative, and we aim to build a vibrant community of people with cerebral palsy who can come together and enjoy our platform.
Stasism has been shown, with statistical significance, to increase balance in just 2 weeks of use. *Personalized balance games for children with cerebral palsy
Stasism has a master thesis currently being done on the platform.
Stasism started out as a research project under Horizon 2020.
Stasism was then further supported by the EU via the Fast Track to Innovation program, competing against thousands of applicants.
Stasism will be used in classification of CP Football athletes at the European Championship in May/June.
Stasism has been used actively in clinics around Europe, during all of its development.
Stasism has been demonstrated on Rehabweek (NL), AACPDM (US), UCP (US), CP Day (Spain) and more.
Stasism is cooperating with ICPF which is under the IPC.
Stasism is working towards helping Ukraine with rehabilitation for people damaged by the war.
Stasism is currently involved in a project in Spain for work related rehabilitation.
Stasism has been featured in Greek TV-shows, Spanish radio, TV and newspapers, Norwegian media and a host of other news.
Stasism has a PhD thesis currently being done on the platform.
Stasism has been presented for the ICPS (International Cerebral Palsy Society)