Hello, Sitah here! I am Involved in the design process and quality of the glove, today I want to take you into a little deep dive. We know the importance of the customization of a good functioning glove to help patients with hand disabilities. So today I will tell all about creating a customizable glove and how we have approached this. So please come along and find out how we made our gloves customizable to different needs!
Jeremiah (Tobi) explains you why Madglove Amsterdam founding team clicks so well together. It’s:
Diversity and Inclusion. He will walk you through a business case for diversity and inclusion, the current landscape in the Dutch startup ecosystem as well as Dutch initiatives promoting diversity and inclusions.
There is a reason why many ideas never make it out of the lab, because making and testing hardware, especially medical hardware can be challenging. Our journey started in 2019 in Romania, yet, even with huge progress, we are still at the beginning. Find out a bit about our prototyping journey and how we got where we are today.
David Gotti here! A co-founder of Madglove. Today, I will walk you through our branding and awareness strategy, giving you an insight into its inception and significance
You will learn more about our name, logo, colours, font and shapes, as well as our future moves!
Madalina Riurean here! A co-founder of Madglove. Today, I will walk you through the story behind Madglove’s foundation and our passionate mission to improve the lives of people with disability. You will learn why Madglove is so deeply committed to its mission of improving the lives of millions of people who struggle with disabilities with an off-the-grid solution.
Sitah Heijnen, part of the design team at madglove, discusses the importance of co-creation in designing gloves for individuals with hand spasticity. By involving end-users in the process, they gain valuable feedback and insights to create customized gloves. From ideation to prototyping, they prioritize comfort and effectiveness, striving to make a difference in the lives of their customers. Continuous improvement and customer feedback are at the core of their design process.
Jeremiah (Tobi) here! A co-founder of Madglove. I am usually involved in the relationships we build for Madglove and I absolutely love it. This is because; the people we have met, and the organisations we have had the privilege of learning from and working with, are nothing short of magnificent. So I will give you a run-down of these wonderful organisations and mention some awesome people along the way.
Multiple Sclerosis (MS) affects over a million people in Europe alone. It is an autoimmune disorder where the myelin sheath, covering our nerves, is lost, resulting in symptoms such as pain, fatigue, reduced mobility, and cognitive dysfunction. Although the exact cause is still unknown, both genetic and environmental factors are believed to play a role. While there is no cure for MS, various treatments are available to manage symptoms and slow disease progression.
Stroke is a medical emergency, which happens to around 13.7 million individual annually and is one of the main leading cause of disability worldwide. According to the world stroke organization, 1 in 4 adults will have a stroke in their lifetime. It occurs when the blood supply to the brain is interrupted or reduced, causing brain cells to die. When this blood supply is disrupted, the brain can’t get the oxygen and nutrients it needs, and brain cells begin to die. This can result in a variety of physical and mental problems.
Spasticity is a complex condition that can have a significant impact on a person’s quality of life. In this article, we will explore what spasticity is, its causes, and the different treatment options available for people with post-stroke spasticity, multiple sclerosis, and cerebral palsy.