Training on learning disabilities

for parents and teachers.

New strategies and methodologies

and ICT contribution.


Progetto Crescere is a Social Cooperative (no-profit organization) born in 2014 by the union of two other Social Cooperatives: L’Arcobaleno Servizi and Centro Mazzaperlini.

Progetto Crescere provides diagnostic, rehabilitative, pedagogical and counseling services to families (children, adolescents, parents), adults and couples for psychological, educational, pedagogical and speech needs.

These services are mainly private, but it’s active also an agreement with the National Health Service.

Progetto Crescere offers also supervisions, training and counseling services to teachers, educational professionals, schools and communities for disables or aged people.

The mission

Progetto Crescere’s mission is to recognize and support the individual unicity and to provide a complexunderstanding of people needs (from a health, psychological and socio-pedagogical point of view), in order to promote people well-being.

Moreover, Progetto Crescere works for the dissemination of a prevention and well-being promotion culture.

The main principles guiding our work

The main principles guiding our work are three:

  1. Centrality of the care service, by supporting the person during his lifetime and in his relational context, not only removing the symptoms, but also strengthening his qualities;
  2. Promotion of social well-being, through a prevention culture and the promotion of a sustainable and respectful environment;
  3. Consumer guarantee, thank to the services efficiency as regards quality, quantity and costs.

The Services Professionals

Progetto Crescere professionals are specialists with a rich professional experience in their respective fields.

Progetto Crescere is characterized by a multi-professional team, composed by child neuropsychiatrists, psychiatrists, psychologists, psychotherapists, educators, speech therapists and specialists in psychomotricity.


Progetto Crescere Social Cooperative Presentation (.pdf)


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