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Constituted in 2016, Inovar Autismo assumes as its main mission to promote the inclusion of autistic children, youth and adults in their communities of belonging. By choosing the community as the focus of the intervention and not just the person with disabilities and their family, Inovar Autismo, through its projects, seeks to train, mediate and support both, autistic persons and the social contexts in which they operate, so that true inclusion in society takes effect. Inovar Autismo has as its vision the concept of “society for all”, in which all persons, rightfully occupy their place, regardless of their disabilities. Although the association includes a group of paid employees, its management is exclusively composed of voluntary members, namely, parents, family members and 3 young autistic persons.
Autismo Sevilla created in 1978, its main mission is to improve the quality of life of people with autism and their families throughout their lives, through responsible, ethical and excellence-oriented management. This association operates in several areas, namely education and training, information and social awareness, independence and self-determination, employment and housing, cultural activities and sport, social participation and advocacy. The ICTs in the field of autism has also been an area of work at Autismo Sevilla, an aspect that has been focusing on in recent years. The contribution of this partner in the preparation of the application was also within this point.
Diversamente ODV founded in 2007, its main objective is to improve the quality of life of people with autism and their families. The NGO focuses on training and integrating people with autism into the social structure. Diversamente is a partner of other associations in the scope of disability, at local and national level, as well as public institutions such as schools, universities, municipalities and health organizations. In this plan, he has been carrying out relevant work in the area of training teachers and assistants, technicians from municipalities, among others, having worked as areas of choice for social inclusion (in the community) and digital inclusion of people with autism.