EasyEM Project: the Sweatshirt that makes life easier for children with disabilities
Mission: Simplyfy life to....
Children who have motor discomforts of the upper limbs (chronic disabilities, fractures, amputations, neurological disabilities) from 5 to 14 years.
With sweatshirts, waistcoats, jackets, EasyEM…. easy to put on, to close, to handle in movement and to be removed in full autonomy with one hand; without forgetting the attention to Fashion and Design that respect the tastes of children.
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Sunday 14 October
From 3.30 pm to 4.30 pm
Room 19 Sala Euphemia pav. 10
Monica Bulgarelli; Walter Falzoni; Gianluca Angelini
Monica Bulgarelli model maker and designer for 20 years, specializing in sportswear from 10 years.
Noemi's mother (9 years old) suffering from infantile cerebral palsy since she was 5 months.
From here came the need to simplify the Noemi's daily life in all possible fields, including her clothing, that It causes a great deal of effort and unnecessary frustrations at all.
Monica is adept in the design of sweaters, vests, jackets, easy to put on and take off, to quit, to manage, independently with the use of only one hand; without forgetting the attention to fashion and Design that respects the needs and tastes of Noemi.
The consequence was the rise of self-esteem, reducing the sense of inadequacy towards one another, finally giving pleasure to dress daily.
Monica's Mission today is to bring this well-being to all the kids with difficulties.
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