Last Wednesday Planeta Imaginario Foundation shared with Prat Ràdio our clinic project for children with autism, explained by Víctor Rodríguez, Foundation’s Clinic Director.
In the following link you will the interview (minute 7 of the second hour). We shared our professional activity with Prat Ràdio’s listeners, emphasizing our clinic function in children with ASD treatment. We also gave some details about the apps we developed that are currently available: iSecuencies and abaplanet.
During the interview Víctor Rodríguez noted that “Foundation is a non-profit organization that provides intensive intervention programs for children with autism in early ages”. Also that “in the late 90s we imported an intervention protocol from UCLA (University of California, Los Angeles) focused in specific treatment for this children in a family and school context”.
Sant Joan de Dés Hospital, referral center in health and clinic fields, dedicates a note to Planeta Imaginario Foundation’s apps.
ABAplanet and iSequencies get their way in apps’ market in the area of clinic intervention and learning for children with ASD.
We would like to express our gratitude for the recognition given by Sant Joan de Déu Hospital, for showing our effort and passion for our work.
In Planeta Imaginario Foundation we bet for new technologies as enhancing complements and tools in our treatments and services. Artificial intelligence and clinic experience join together for those who need them more.
We go all together building for health y life-quality of the youngsters and their families.
Fundación Planeta Imaginario
Planeta Imaginario Foundation, as referral center in in ABA methodology, is specialized in developing Training programsTraining programs based in Applied Behavior Analysis for treatment and/or intervention for children with autism (ASD).
Working with ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder) is a constant challenge, that’s why a specific training is something that families and professionals require and need to deal with children with autism.
In Planeta Imaginario Foundation we are aware of that and put at community’s disposal –professionals and families- our technic knowledge, supported by research and clinic practice developed at Lovaas Institute and its respective Official Replica Centers.
Our Foundation is one of the many replica centers all around the world, and the first in Spain.
Last Thursday 14th of May the Training Director of Specialsterne José Segundo and our Clinical Director Victor Rodriguez, made an interesting interview in “El MatÍ - Radio 4”, about treatment in children with ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder), and the work made by Fundación Planeta Imaginario, on the following link you could listen the complete interview.
Fundación Planeta Imaginario
Last Friday 15th we made a meeting with all members of our staff.
Firstly, we emphasized we are currently 23 members. We haven’t reached this number before!
That means we are doing a great job that is making our project grow. Congratulations team!
What do we now nowadays about autism? And what do we not know...
Internet is an infinite resource that offers immeasurable amounts of bibliography concerning ASD. Having such amount of resources can lead you sometimes to useless contents or not verified articles.
From Planeta Imaginario Foundation we want to suggest you some bibliography scientifically contrasted that we consider as a useful guide for parents and professionals about ASD.
At present it is not clear exactly what variables cause a repertory of behaviours consistent with a diagnosis of ASD3
There are probably many factors that contribute to the development and appearance of autism. Some are present at the moment of the child’s birth (genetic factors), while there may also be some environmental factors that contribute. Everything seems to indicate that there is a convergence of variables that come together in a child set off a chain reaction of symptoms. What does seem clear is that the risk of having autism increases if a member of the family has already been diagnosed. Finally it is important to emphasize that research has shown that the style of parenting is not a genuine cause, and nor is autism caused by vaccines.
During the whole month of April, autism month, our apps AbaPlanet and iSequencies will be on sale with a reduced price.
iSequences’ new version offers the option that users can create their own sequences adding pictures and text, and during this month it has a reduced price from 3.99€ to 2.99€.
This app works on emotions, autonomy habits, daily situations and social situations through sequencing and it is accompanied by adorable characters.
AbaPlanet, which you can download for free, offers the objects’ SuperPack from 19.99€ to 9.99€.
This app is specifically designed for children with ASD; oriented to basic vocabulary learning and object recognition, all based on ABA methodology.
The objects’ SuperPack includes the 18 packs of individual objects: 300 words distributed in 18 categories: animals, food, vehicles, body parts, etc., with 2100 images to generalize the learning of each concept.
Don’t miss this unrepeatable opportunity, don’t doubt and download these two apps specific for children with ASD and other learning difficulties.
Apps’ Team, Planeta Imaginario Foundation.
In April 27th 2007 United Nations declared April 2nd as World's Autism Awarness-raising Day.That is why since then, every April 2nd Planeta Imaginario Foundation gets covered in blue to divulge what autism is, how detecting it and the most important, how treating it.
Epidemiological data on the prevalence of ASD, as reported by reputable research and websites, shows that it affects one in every 681 2 children. What seems to remain stable over time is the proportion of boys affected, between three and four times greater than the number of girls.
Planeta Imaginario Foundation took part at I Autism Awarness-raising Conference in Ibiza organized by Apfem Association.
The conference was a meeting point to enhance dialoge and think about diversity in Education for professionals and families based in Ibiza with the objective of giving tips and orientations in treating with diversity.