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The ANTS association aims to facilitate the inclusion of people with neuromotor disabilities by combining sport and health with pleasure thanks to new technologies based on electrostimulation.

ANTS was founded in 2015 on the initiative of Vance Bergeron, Director of Research at the
Physics Laboratory (ENS Lyon) and quadriplegic. The project was created by and for
people. It relies on collaborations with the medical profession and the scientific
scientific community.

Our missions

  • Making the latest innovations accessible to people with motor disabilities
  • Promoting access to technological advances as a vehicle for inclusion
  • Supporting innovators to accelerate technology transfer for improved quality of life

Our vision

Let's work together to innovate for a more inclusive society. ANTS offers concrete solutions for people with neuromotor disabilities to overcome them. The aim is to improve their quality of life and health through the use of adapted physical activity and new technologies. The needs of the users are the driving force behind the actions implemented.

Our values

ANTS is driven by the values of empathy, joy, autonomy and integrity.

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The S.P.O.R.T. room: a unique place in France

In 2018, ANTS created a unique place in Lyon: the S.P.O.R.T room. It is the first physical activity room
physical activity room adapted to motor disabilities in France, which provides users with
unique functional electrostimulation equipment. The users are taken care of by adapted physical activity teachers, who set up personalised programmes according to their needs, expectations and needs of the users.
programmes according to the needs, expectations and capacities of each individual.

The aim is to maximise physical potential, reduce secondary illnesses linked to disability and rediscover the pleasure of doing sport, thanks to innovative technologies and adapted equipment.

ANTS now wants to develop other such rooms throughout France!

More about the S.P.O.R.T. project