F.N.A.T.C.

 Italy

fnatc

CONTACT INFO

address
Federazione Nazionale Associazioni Trauma Cranico (FNATC)
Italian Federation of Traumatic Brain Injury Patients Associations
Via Roma 9
21040
Carnago (Varese)
Italy
e-mail
info@associazionitraumi.it
phone
+393282133412 (Leorin)
+393343178202 (Fogar)
website
www.associazionitraumi.it

CHAIRMAN

Paolo Fogar
phone
+393343178202
e-mail
presidente@associazionitraumi.it
paolofogar@alice.it

BIF-REPRESENTATIVE

Anne A Cnops
phone
+39335461925
e-mail
info@associazionitraumi.it
miozziferrini@gmail.com

ABOUT F.N.A.T.C.

The National Federation of the Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Associations (FNATC) provides assistance and rehabilitation services to people suffering from TBI. FNATC is a non-profit, non-political, and non-denominational organization dedicated to bringing together the initiatives of people who, through their voluntary work, wish to help TBI sufferers and their families in facing the challenges of a brain injury disability.

SERVICES PROVIDED

  • Provide information and support to TBI sufferers and their families;
  • Coordinate the sharing of resources, expertise, and experience/practice among Italian local TBI Associations, in collaboration with private and public healthcare facilities;
  • Promote the social inclusion and the right to work of TBI sufferers by designing and implementing return-to-work programs and training projects tailored to their residual capabilities;
  • Provide training programs for people with disabilities and their families;
  • Organize professional development and training programs for healthcare providers and volunteers at the provincial, regional and national level.
  • Advocate the rights of people suffering from TBI injuries before public and private health authorities, insurance companies, medical organizations, and the media.

FIELDS OF POSSIBLE COOPERATION

  • Awareness campaigns
  • Sharing of experience/practice within rehabilitation
  • Sharing of experience/practice supported employment services
  • Sharing of experience/practice in vocational rehabilitation
  • Cultural events (e.g. European Trauma Cultural Days)
  • Research

HISTORY