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We present to you the latest issue of our magazine, Futuro Singular, in which we explore a variety of relevant and highly topical subjects.

Miguel Ángel Blázquez, a psychologist at ATAM, provides us with a detailed insight into the project “Clinical Innovation: Mental Functioning Assessment Scale,” a significant advancement in the evaluation of mental health.

Additionally, neuropsychologist María Laorden tells us how to prepare for the day after a redundancy plan (ERE). We will also find the testimony of an ATAM member, who shares what it meant to have the association’s support in her experience with disability.

As always, we hope you enjoy reading it.

You can download this issue here: ATAM MAGAZINE No. 19

The latest edition of our ATAM magazine is now available. You can find out, as always, about the latest campaigns and initiatives of the Clinical Team and the latest news about our Association’s projects. Technological advances and innovation at the service of people always come hand in hand with ViveLibre, which at this time reveals the Rumbo project that will start working together with COCEMFE to provide autonomy and security in the homes of people with disabilities.

In this new issue of our biannual meeting, we also wanted to bring you real testimonies as moving as that of the brothers Fernando and Antonio Candame from A Coruña, who have turned their limitations into an element of inspiration and overcoming.

Essential reflections as our editorial or the book section also accompany our guest signature in this edition. No one better than Alfonso de Pedro Alfaro, former CEO of Quavitae and founder and former president of AESTE, to talk about prevention and social healthcare for dependent elderly at home, there is, who is committed to intelligent solutions and personalized services to promote longer independent and autonomous life.

We hope you enjoy reading our articles as much as we have enjoyed writing them.

Download here our latest issue: ATAM Magazine nº 16