Invalidisäätiö is a foundation established in 1940 for the medical treatment, rehabilitation and vocational training of veterans injured in the Winter War.
Finnish society has gone through great changes since those days. Invalidisäätiö has been keeping up with this development, changing its own activities to meet the demands of the changing society.
Since the historical starting point, the focus of Invalidisäätiö's activities has shifted into vocational special needs education and career and employment services for people in need of special support. That is why Invalidisäätiö sold its private hospital, Orton Oy, in 2017.
Today, Invalidisäätiö maintains two professional units, Vocational College Live and Live Services.