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Accedo 2.0 is a social network designed for people with intelectual disability.

Accedo 2.0 is a social network designed for people with intelectual disability.



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  • 1. Accedo 2.0 Virtual Community for people with intellectual disability
  • 2. What is Accedo 2.0? It’s a 20 month long program, from 2009 to 2011, developed for creating and testing a virtual community with social networking features, designed under accessibility and usability criteria and to be used by mild intellectual disability people. It is funded by Advance 2 Plans of the Ministry of Industry, Tourism and Trade.
  • 3. Goals
    • Improving access to ICT (Information and Communication Technologies) of people with disabilities.
    • Enhance communication and the use made of the Internet by people with intellectual disabilities.
    • Improve the accessibility of web 2.0 on the Internet.
    • Facilitate the social integration of people with disabilities.
  • 4. Who is involved? Esplai Foundation in Barcelona, UNED in Madrid and FASAD in Gijon as program developers and managers with the support of 8 entities from 7 different Spanish regions that launch pilot testing of the community.
  • 5. Pilot collaborators
    • ATADES from Zaragoza
    • APDIS from Utrera (Sevilla)
    • FASAD Foundation from Gijón (Asturias)
    • El Maresme Foundation from Mataró (Barcelona)
  • 6. Pilot associations
    • Madrid Down Syndrome Foundation
    • Charity House Òmnia Point from Valls (Tarragona)
    • Basque Country Down Syndrome Foundation
    • Murcia Down Syndrome Foundation
  • 7. Program’s stages
    • Stage 1
    • Needs analysis with and audit online tool.
    • 8 collaborators selection for the pilot phase.
    • Equipment and training for collaborators
    • Stage 2
    • Community development.
    • Community implementation and pilot testing through 6 months.
    • Project tracking and analysis.
    • Stage 3
    • Launching and facilitation of the open community.
  • 8. Esplai Foundation promotes several citizenship e-inclusion projects
    • Facilitation and coordination processes on Spanish networks (Red Conecta, Conecta Joven, Xarxa Òmnia)
    • Employability towards ICT and professional profile definition of telecentre facilitators on Europe (Telecentre Europe)
    • Functional diversity and ICT (Accesibles Telecentres, Disability and ICT training, Accedo 2.0)
    • E-learning for social and digital facilitators.
    • Methodology 2.0 as a strategy for the social, professional and educational use of technology.
  • 9. More information about our projects:
  • 10. Contact: [email_address] Gabriel González [email_address] Cristina Espinosa [email_address]