Photo: Wendy Kersten and Irma Polo of Fiom with the LearningStone Blended Learning Award.
Take a look at the screenshot below. This is all possible with LearningStone. In the screenshot on the left, women (made anonymous for this publication, ed.) share their stories about their unwanted pregnancy on LearningStone.
The space on LearningStone is a private area where men and women not only share their experiences, but also hope to support others who are in a similar situation. They are clients of Fiom and access can only be requested through a counselor. Clients tell Fiom that they find it very valuable to read about experiences from peers.
So that they learn optimally from others and feel understood and supported. Because that's what LearningStone's workspaces are for.
The workspace is a private section where men and women share their experiences and hope to support others who are in a similar situation. They are clients of Fiom and access can only be requested through the social worker. Clients also feedback that they find it very valuable to read about their experiences from peers and fellow sufferers.
Fiom is there for anyone with questions about unwanted pregnancy, (distance to) adoption and donor conception. We help find answers, make choices and deal with the consequences of these life-defining issues. We stand for the right to self-determination of unwanted pregnant women and the right to know where you come from.
These are loaded topics, where sharing of knowledge and experiences are incredibly important. And that is happening with Fiom's workspaces. At LearningStone we found the way Fiom works on LearningStone really inspiring. That is why they are the winner of the “LearningStone Blended Learning Award”.