Every year, the foundation launches its call for projects. Its objective is the implementation of adaptive response for people with disabilities.
By following the links bellow, you will access all the ressources produced as part of the research projects mentionned.
More projects (in French) are available on the French Page.
- Software for training combined with collaborative social interaction and motor learning in autism spectrum disorder
A research led by the LIMSI-CNRS and the TEDyBEAR center for children with ADS
- Supporting the Inclusion of "Invisible" Children and Youth with Disabilities and their Families in Rural El Salvador
This research was conducted by the University of Maryland, in partnership with International Partners Cassie Stern Memorial, and several stakeholders in the field.
- Developing and implementing a framework for evidence based practice for technology relevant for autism
This project is conducted by Sorbonne University, the University of Bath and researchers and persons working in the field in many countries (France, England, Scotland, Spain, the United States ...).
An applied research carried out with Genious Healthcare, the Centre de Ressources Autisme Ile de France and the university health centre Pitié-Salpêtrière.
An applied research led by the Foundation Carmen Pardo-Valcarce, in partnership with the Spanish Guardia Civil and the university Complutense of Madrid.
An applied research led by The University of East London, The Southern African Federation of the Disabled, SINTEF and Stellenbosch University
- An investigation into the impact of stigma on the education and life opportunities available to children and young people with albinism in Tanzania and Uganda
A project led by Coventry University in partnership with Advantage Africa, Standing Voice, Source of the Nile Union of Persons with Albinism (SNUPA, Uganda) and New Light Children Center Organization (NELICO, Tanzania)
- An assessment of the social, cultural and institutional factors that contribute to the sexual abuse of persons with disabilities in East Africa
A project led by Advantage Africa, in partnership with East London University
A project led by The University of Nantes in partnership with ADAPEI 44, Agir et Vivre l'Autisme et la Chrysalide de l'Etre
A project led by Handicap International in partnership with the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
A project led by AIFO in partnership with the University of London, University of Washington and the Universty of Florence