LAI Video Supports The Kessler Foundation & The Stroke Comeback Center
When LAI Video is not developing robust video campaigns for companies and associations, we like to support other orgs that are doing some incredible work.
Released in time for World Stroke Day, we recently completed two new video collaborations made with non-profits dedicated to stroke care and neurological research.
These are real stories from real people.
CASE STUDY ON SPATIAL NEGLECT THERAPY
We partnered with the Kessler Foundation to spotlight their work developing processes and medical devices for treating spatial neglect in stroke survivors. Filmed at the Foundation's headquarters in East Hanoever, New Jersey, the video features researchers describing the problem of spatial neglect before segueing to Bob Vroeginday's moving patient story.
OPENING THE DOOR TO A BRIGHTER TOMORROW
We were thrilled to work with the Stroke Comeback Center, a community dedicated to providing longterm support for stroke survivors with aphasia and other communication challenges. The identity video tells the story of the DC-based non-profit organization from the perspectives of the members and their loved ones.
Both projects were initiated by Mark French, former owner of Leading Authorities and LAI Video and featured survivor of A Teachable Moment – a feature length film about our company wide effort to help survivors cope with and the general public prevent suffering from strokes. It is in his memory that we remain committed to the cause and continue the mission to end stroke.
Hopefully, these real stories from real people compel you to join the fight to end stroke – or even inspire your next video campaign. Let’s make good video for good people.