Date: 29/03/2021 17:30 (GMT+01:00)
Duration: 1 hour(s) 30 minute(s)
Languages: Español
Powered by: ARASAAC
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Día Mundial de Concienciación sobre el Autismo. La contribución de ARASAAC en la ultima década

Con la creación del portal ARASAAC por el Gobierno de Aragón, las personas con autismo, sus familiares y los profesionales que trabajan con ellas han podido tener acceso gratuito a pictogramas de gran calidad con los que crear numerosos materiales y diseñar proyectos de intervención.

Esto, sin duda, ha marcado un antes y un después para todos y todas, al proporcionar un acceso libre a un conjunto de recursos con una identidad propia, dando respuesta a las necesidades cognitivas y comunicativas de muchas personas con TEA.

José Manuel Marcos y David Romero han estado al frente de ARASAAC desde sus orígenes y nos acompañarán en este webinario para compartir, desde su experiencia, cómo ARASAAC ha influido en la intervención especializada en Autismo, contribuyendo a visibilizar a las personas con TEA y generando un punto de encuentro para profesionales y familias.



José Manuel Marcos

A Professor and specialist in Therapeutic Pedagogy. He has diploma in Auditory and language processing disorder (ADP) from the University of Zaragoza. A member of the Committee of Experts on Augmentative and Alternative Communication Systems and New Technologies for the Ibero-American (AELFA) and Spanish Association of Speech Therapy. He currently participates in different projects related to Augmentative and Alternative Communication (CAA) and the development and use of new information technologies applied in this field. Highlighted among these projects, is his work as Coordinator in the Aragonese Portal of Augmentative and Alternative Communication ARASAAC (http://arasaac.org/), in which he is developing work on pictogram design, upkeep of the website, cataloguing of resources and various collaborations with entities and associations in favor of the accessibility of communication in different areas of daily life. He also collaborates with different Departments at the School of Engineering and Architecture in the University of Zaragoza and with other developers of free software in the design, elaboration and testing of free software tools for the CAA, gaining national recognition and international prestige: Projects such as; Comunica Project, AraWord, Project TICO, AraBoard, Picto Selector and IRIS Project. He participates as an advisor and collaborator, an expert at CAA, in the Orange #Soyvisual Foundation (http://www.soyvisual.org) project, along with the Tropical design team. He is co-author, together with David Romero Corral, of the ARASAAC distance learning course for the Government of Aragon.


David Romero

Professor and Specialist in Therapeutic Pedagogy from the University of Zaragoza and holds a Degree in Educational Psychology from the University of the Basque Country. Currently, he is participating professionally in different projects related to Augmentative and Alternative Communication (CAA) and the development and use of new information technologies applied in this field. Among these projects is as Coordinator in the Aragonese Portal of Augmentative and Alternative Communication ARASAAC (http://arasaac.org/), in which he is developing work on pictogram design, website upkeep, cataloguing of resources and collaborating with various entities and associations in favor of the accessibility of communication in different areas of daily life. He also collaborates with different Departments at the School of Engineering and Architecture in the University of Zaragoza and with other developers of free software in the design, elaboration and testing of free software tools for the CAA, which have a recognized national and international prestige: Comunica Project, AraWord, Project TICO, AraBoard, Picto Selector and IRIS Project. He is an advisor, collaborator and expert at CAA, in the Orange #Soyvisual Foundation (http://www.soyvisual.org) project, along with the Tropical design team. He is co-author, together with José Manuel Marcos Rodrigo, of the ARASAAC distance learning course of the Government of Aragon.