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Programs

Logo of Comparlante Audiobook Library: Icon of multicolored headphones intertwined in a wheel shaping a flower over a white background with the words “Comparlante Audiobook Library” in black.

Comparlante audiobook library

This is the founding program of our organization which makes literature accessible to everyone with the use of technology, initially focusing on persons with visual disabilities.

Logo of the photographic exhibition We Feel. The letters of “We” in black color while the letters of the word “Feel” change, from left to right, from yellow to orange and purple.

We Feel

How much do we ignore about persons with disabilities? We Feel is an accessible and integral sensory experience which portrays their everyday life activities through photography.

Image in white background containing the contest title My World My Way in black letters and all the cartoon characters from the story contest, boys and girls with different disabilities.

My World My Way

Very often children become teachers for us adults. Based on that premise, we decided to create this contest with the mission of motivating conversations and reflection among the families in regards to the different kinds of disabilities.

Logo of Startup Ability program: Dark blue triangle representing the figure of a rocket with a small flame of fire on the lower side, accompanied by the words "Startup Ability" in the same shade of blue and the words "accessibility for entrepreneuring” in light blue.

Startup Ability

We all have the right to a decent job, to our personal development and an independent life. These are the pillars of this program which uses entrepreneurship as the engine for the autonomy and sustainability of persons with disabilities.

Logo of the Accessible Art Program, formed by the letters of both words in black over a white background.

Accesible Art

Being already used to museums limiting the interaction with art pieces: “Do not touch, do not touch, do not touch.” We decided to innovate in the way we approach art making it accessible, allowing everyone to equally enjoy it.

Logo of IncluYes over a white background. The letters of "Inclu" in purple and the letters of "Yes" in yellow.

IncluYes

Nowadays, persons with disabilities cannot make purchases online simply because Internet sites are not accessible. Identifying this need led us to create the first marketplace in Latin America thought and designed for persons with disabilities.

Logo of Comparlante Audiobook Library: Icon of multicolored headphones intertwined in a wheel shaping a flower over a white background with the words “Comparlante Audiobook Library” in black.

Comparlante audiobook library

This is the founding program of our organization which makes literature accessible to everyone with the use of technology, initially focusing on persons with visual disabilities.

Logo of the photographic exhibition We Feel. The letters of “We” in black color while the letters of the word “Feel” change, from left to right, from yellow to orange and purple.

We Feel

How much do we ignore about persons with disabilities? We Feel is an accessible and integral sensory experience which portrays their everyday life activities through photography.

Image in white background containing the contest title My World My Way in black letters.

My World My Way

Very often children become teachers for us adults. Based on that premise, we decided to create this contest with the mission of motivating conversations and reflection among the families in regards to the different kinds of disabilities.

Logo of Startup Ability program: Dark blue triangle representing the figure of a rocket with a small flame of fire on the lower side, accompanied by the words "Startup Ability" in the same shade of blue and the words "accessibility for entrepreneuring” in light blue.

Startup Ability

We all have the right to a decent job, to our personal development and an independent life. These are the pillars of this program which uses entrepreneurship as the engine for the autonomy and sustainability of persons with disabilities.

Logo of the Accessible Art Program, formed by the letters of both words in black over a white background.

Accesible Art

Being already used to museums limiting the interaction with art pieces: “Do not touch, do not touch, do not touch.” We decided to innovate in the way we approach art making it accessible, allowing everyone to equally enjoy it.

Logo of IncluYes over a white background. The letters of "Inclu" in purple and the letters of "Yes" in yellow.

IncluYes

Nowadays, persons with disabilities cannot make purchases online simply because Internet sites are not accessible. Identifying this need led us to create the first marketplace in Latin America thought and designed for persons with disabilities.

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