Technologies for Autism

Erasmus+ ARBIT project develops and tests augmented reality technology to train students with autism on body knowledge, joint attention and imitation.

NEMO Project

Learn more about NEMO project: NEw MOnitoring guidelines to develop innovative ECEC teachers curricula.

Here you will find links to project website, brochure and results.

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TTAA Project

The main objective of the project is to provide resources on the topic of attention and autism for teachers and professionals working with children with autism

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BETA Project

Explore the methodological framework developed with this FIRAH funded project, intended to promote high-quality research on technologies for autism.

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IVRAP Project

IVRAP project is aimed at developing an Immersive Virtual Reality Toolkit to foster independent learning by students on the autism spectrum.

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STAY-IN Project

Learn more about this Erasmus+ project named "Early start intervention for young children with autism attending educational services in low-income areas "

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Co-directed by members of Adapta Lab, this 200 hours training course about mobile applications for children and adults with ASD is on its 7th edition having accumulated more than 3000 students with a 75% completion rate. Funded by Orange Foundation

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AMUSE Project

This Erasmus+ project developed an online database of autism education good practices for autism-specific units in mainstream classrooms, together with a MOOC and an international survey.

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This project developed an App for person-technology matching in the field of mobile apps for individuals with autism spectrum disorders.

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Pictogram Room

Funded by Orange Foundation, this project developed 80 kinect-based augmented-reality videogames for developing body-schema, pointing and imitation.

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Speaking with Arts

Set of 5 mobile apps for the interaction with Master-Pieces from El Prado, Reina Sofia, Thyssen and Archeological museum from Madrid. Developed with Argadini Association with the support of Orange Foundation.

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ITASD Conferences

Adapta Lab has organised, in collaboration with Orange Foundation, Autism Speaks and the regional government of Valencia, three international conferences on Innovative Technologies for Autism Spectrum Disorders (ITASD), receiving a total of 1500 attendees.

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Azahar Project

Apps for communication and leisure for people with Autism Spectrum Disoders. Developed with the Support of Orange Foundation

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Person-Centred-Planning Training

Online training on Person Centred Planning

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