Collaboration agreement with AIDA
Few days ago we announced that we had a new collaboration agreement with Integrandes and today we announce a new one with AIDA.
AIDA is the Ictus Association of Aragón, a non-profit Association and declared of public utility, dedicated entirely to helping people who have suffered a stroke and their families. With more than 18 years of extensive experience fighting against this disease, they have a total commitment to inform those affected and their families, claim assistance and help those affected in their rehabilitation.
The agreement signed last week with AIDA, signed by Miguel Lierta, president of AIDA, on behalf of the Ictus Association of Aragón, and Ignacio Barraqué, Social&Care CEO, includes:
Carry out joint actions for the visibility of people who have suffered a stroke, demonstrating the impact of the disease and its effects. These tasks or activities will serve to work for the equality of opportunities of the affected people and their families.
Collaborate in activities, actions, programs, etc that Social&Care and AIDA carry out throughout the year for the benefit of both companies.
Support the activity developed by AIDA in favor of people who have suffered a stroke and their families.
Support the projection of Social&Care´s commitment to people who have suffered strokes and to their families within the framework of Social Responsability.
Transfer of the application and other Social&Care tools for use by AIDA to help improve the autonomy of people who have suffered a stroke and their families.
Agreement of diffusion in Social Netwroks, websites, bulletins, newsletters and electronic mails sent to the members of the Association and their families, possible contests, and rest of corporative means of communication that they have.
In the picture, we can see Miguel Alierta and Ignacio Barraqué after the signing of the collaboration agreement and at the door of the Ictus´Association of Aragón.
From Social&Care we are delighted to be able to collaborate and work with AIDA for their commitment and, above all, for their work helping people who have suffered a stroke and their families on a daily basis.
we hope that this collaboration agreement will help improve the quality of life of many affected people and families.
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