WITH THERAPEUTIC VIDEO GAMES, AN ENTREPRENEUR SEEKS TO IMPROVE CARE IN CHILDREN AND TEENAGERS
In Cartagena, Ibis Barraza, a specialist in clinical psychology, developed an interactive platform aimed at improving the cognitive skills of children and young people.
Sorelly Torres Bolívar’s Communications Leader
Neures Club SAS is a company created by Ibis Barraza, who designed a digital platform, thanks to the guidance and financing of the Emprender Fund, based on therapeutic video games to improve attention, memory, language, and development of children and teenagers between 6 and 16 years old.
Barraza is a psychologist, a specialist in clinical psychology, with a master’s degree in neuropsychology, and a mother of two children, who found in SENA Bolívar the support to make her dream of creating a company come true. “It has been the best support I have received in my life. Not only for the economic help but also the training I received”, highlighted the entrepreneur.
due to the pandemic, the care at Neures Club became virtual, using the support of technological tools.
"Ibis Barraza developed an interactive platform that improves the cognitive abilities of youth."
Currently, Neures Club generates 4 direct jobs: two psychologists, an intern in the area of psychology, and a business advisor, as well as two indirect jobs: a developer and a web programmer. The enterprise is located in the Paseo Bolívar neighborhood, in Cartagena de Indias, where it provides its services to those who require them.
Carlos Mario Estrada Molina: SENA General Director.
Pilar Navarrete Rivera: SENA Head Office Communications.
Editorial Committee: Guillermo Martin, Karen Camacho y Fernando García.
General Information: Journalists General Direction Regional Communicators.
Design: República Audiovisual.