From June 17th to 19th, the ARCH24 conference will take place at Alto University in Helsinki, Finland. This international conference focusing on Architecture, Research, Care and Health will bring together over 170 experts from more than 25 countries.

The Build Care project will also be represented at the conference. Birgit Moser, Christian Kühn, and Maja Kevdzija from the Faculty of Architecture and Planning at TU Wien will present a poster titled "A Participatory Game to Explore the Relationship between Emotional Well-being and the Built Environment in Stroke-Affected Children." Additionally, Anne-Sophie Schoss, supervised by Gesine Marquardt from the Chair of Social and Health Care Buildings and Design at TU Dresden, will hold a presentation on "Children with Stroke: An Investigation of Their Home Environment."

We look forward to an inspiring conference and to raising awareness of children with stroke within the architecture community!

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