Ian Bean

Ian is a special needs teacher with over 20 years of experience working with children and young adults with severe and complex additional needs .

Joel Bueno

Joel Bueno is 14 years old and has cerebral palsy that affects his mobility and verbal communication. He communicates through a device and plays music thanks to the Eyeharp, a software that allows him to play music through his gaze.

Ruth Candela

Doctor of Medicine (Universidad Complutense de Madrid [UCM], 2017), Specialist in Psychiatry (2008), and Bachelor of Science in Psychology (2015).

Camacho Cantón Family

The Camacho Cantón family, from Albal (Valencia), consists of Miguel, Gádor and Miguel.

Paloma Cid

Paloma Cid is an occupational therapist with more than 20 years of experience in the field of assistive devices and workplace adaptations. She specializes in geriatrics and augmentative communication systems.

Marc Coronas

Degree in Psychology from the University of Barcelona. He is the Associate Professor in the Department of Cognition, Development and Educational Psychology at the University of Barcelona.

John Costello

John has been a Speech Language Pathologist in the Augmentative Communication Program (ACP) at Boston Children’s Hospital for nearly 37 years and is the director of the Pediatric Augmentative Communication Program and the Jay S. Fishman ALS Augmentative Communication Services.

Bethany Diener

Bethany Diener, MS, CCC-SLP is the Manager of Implementation Resources at Tobii Dynavox.

Gil Dori

Gil Dori is the creative director of the Asociación EyeHarp (EyeHarp Association). He is a composer, sound designer, music teacher and graduated with a Ph.D. in musical arts from Arizona State University.

Bibiana Escribano

Occupational therapist and assistive technology consultant.

Alexandra Freixes

2014 – Degree in Social Work. Universitat de Girona.
2019 – Degree in Social Education. Universitat Oberta de Catalunya.
2020 – Postgraduate in Management and Revitalization of Active and Healthy Aging projects. Universitat Pompeu Fabra.

Enrique García

Technician at the Accessible Technologies Department of the Accessibility and Innovation Department of the Fundación ONCE (ONCE Foundation).

Melania García

Special Education Teacher, Early Childhood Education Teacher, and Occupational Therapist. Postgraduate in Early Childhood Care and the use of low-cost technological devices. She is currently doing a Master’s in Early Childhood Care focused on the family.

Marisa Gómez

Marisa received a degree in Psychology from the Universidad Autónoma of Madrid in 1989 and a PhD from the University of A Coruña in 2003; her thesis dealt with the lexical access to reading for people with cerebral palsy using augmentative and alternative communication.

Garbiñe Guerra

Graduated in Occupational Therapy, with specialization in psychomotor skills, neurodevelopment, and sensory integration.

Candela Imbernón

Doctor of Education.

Begoña Llórens

Psychologist and speech therapist. Specialist in augmentative and alternative communication (CAA). Founding partner of Integración Digital Ingeniería (Digital Integration Engineering).

Elena Martín

Bachelor of Physiotherapy from the Universidad de Salamanca.

Specialized in neurological physiotherapy.

Physiotherapist at Colegio El Camino of the Spanish Confederation of Organizations and Associations for the Care of People with Cerebral Palsy and Related Disorders (ASPACE), Salamanca.

Ana Medina

Ana Medina is a Professor in the Department of Linguistics and Translation at the Pablo de Olavide University in Seville.

Mario Montero

Doctor of Educational Sciences. Director of the Autism Master Class at the Universitat de Girona. Director of the SYnC Child & Adolescent Center at the Clínica Bofill (Bofill Clinic).

Daniel Morales

Telecommunications Engineer from the Universidad de Sevilla.

Soraya Muñoz

Diploma Course with specialization in Hearing and Speech, by the Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Specialist in augmentative and alternative communication systems (SAAC) for children with hearing disabilities. Postgraduate specialization in Clinical Neuropsychology. Advanced Technician in Early Intervention.

Jaume Puig

Electronics and telecommunication engineer, Master of Business Administration (MBA).

Rachel Santiago

MS, CCC-SLP is a speech-language pathologist and Clinical Coordinator of the Inpatient Augmentative Communication Program (ACP) at Boston Children’s Hospital.

Sol Solís

Sol Solís is a teacher and coordinator for the degree in Specialist in Augmentative and Alternative Communication Assisted with Technology at the University of Castilla-La Mancha (Toledo).

Paloma Tejada

Psychologist and Speech Therapist

Teacher, School of Education

Elementary and Primary School

Raphael Terrier

I am Biomedical engineer degree and started as Assitive Technology consultant in 2007 at Proteor to cover North East french area and Eport. I met with thousands end-users, care givers, therapists and familiy members to help them to be more independant.

Kerry Vacara

Kerry is the Training & Implementation Manager for Smartbox and a qualified Teacher. She has worked in both mainstream and special schools, primary and secondary, in both a teaching capacity and developing the use of Assistive Technology (AT) and Alternative and Augmentative Communication (AAC).