ENTENDER is a project co-funded by the ERASMUS + Programme of the European Union led by Coventry University in the United Kingdom, in which 9 international partners participate. The project aims to improve access, retention, attainment and employment prospects of people with neurodiverse conditions in Argentina and Mexico and will run from January 2020 to December 2022.


The book The Asperger Lady by the Chilean writer Cecila Oñate, was presented, in the Unit of Professor Training in the University of Colima, In this event, the author was accompanied by the editor Melissa Fernández and the professor of the Faculty of Letters and Communication,  Alberto Llanes Castillo.


The personnel in highschool are being trained on the topics of neurodiversity from the inclusion perspective. The objective of this course is to provide adequate services to the neurodiverse students for the highschool level. 


The objective to help the Neurodiverse students to cope with the external stimuli that can result in problems or disruptions. The Rector Christian Jorge Torres Ortiz Zermeño inaugurated on Wednesday 1st of March the sensory room. This space, also, will be serving the students to enrich their academic preparation.


As part of the academic conferences of the University of Colima, this week the virtual course-workshop is being carried out: "Neurodiversity in university students", which was attended by more than one hundred managers, pedagogical advisers and academic coordinators of the upper level of this house of studies.


November 29 to December 1, 2022.
Registration: https://forms.gle/xmYzScrRmwkyGb288


Presentation of the ENTENDERD project within the framework of the Meeting of the University Council for Inclusion.


Compartimos con ustedes el programa de actividades a desarrollar durante la conferencia final de ENTENDER


Con diferentes actividades de difusión, se celebrará la Semana del Cerebro con el tema: Neurodiversidad


The course-workshop "Support strategies for the development of cognitive, social, and emotional skills in neurodiverse people" began this Thursday at the central campus of Universidad de Colima.


"We want to do everything possible to get more universities involved in the subject in order to turn this into a long term project": Susana Preciado.


*“We must move to environments of inclusion and accessibility to improve the admission, retention, achievement and employment prospects of students, especially our students with neurodiversity”: Christian Torres Ortiz, rector.


This sixth module is called "Neurodiversity in the workplace: tools and strategies for personalized transitions" and is working asynchronously with a synchronous meeting on Monday, March 21 at 7:30 p.m.


This fifth module is called "Active learning methods" and is being worked on asynchronously with a synchronous meeting on Thursday, March 17 at 6:30 p.m.

* They presented to businessmen the Multinational Project UNDERSTAND, in which the University of Colima participates.

This fourth module is called "Universal design and use of technology for teaching. Virtual, accessible and inclusive teaching" and is working asynchronously with a synchronous meeting on Wednesday, March 9 at 6:30 p.m.


This third module is called "Strategies for the success of neurodivergent students" and is being worked on asynchronously with a synchronous meeting on Thursday, March 3 at 6:30 p.m.


This second module is called "Emotional intelligence and resilience in education" and is being worked on asynchronously with a synchronous meeting on Friday, February 25 at 6:00 p.m.


This week the first module of the "Neurodiversity in Education" training will be held with the teachers Mariana Nazutti and Patricia Russo.


Activity organized by the ENTENDER Project, the Directorate of Inclusion and Accessibility of the Human Rights Area of ​​the UNR and the Degree in Psychopedagogy of the UGR.


Having finished the cycle of meetings on Neurodiversity, we invite you to participate in the Round Table about Employment Policies on Disability.


Sixth cycle of meetings on "Neurodiversity:Autism Spectrum Disorder. Characteristics, manifestations"


We invite you to participate in the Training Cycle on neurodiversity given within the framework of the ERASMUS ENTENDER Project.


Fifth cycle of meetings about "Neurodiversity: ADHD (Attention Disorders). Characteristics, manifestations"


Fourth cycle of meetings about "Neurodiversity: dyspraxia. Characteristics, manifestations"


Third cycle of meetings about "Neurodiversity: dyscalculia. Characteristics, manifestations"


The University of Colima invites you to participate in the first announcement "Highlighting heroes. Diverse ways of perceiving the world".


Second cycle of meetings about "Neurodiversity: dyslexia. Characteristics, manifestations and support strategies in an educational context"


The University of Colima invites teachers to join the #ENTENDER project to contribute to the neurodiversity needs of the institution.


First Meeting of the Cycle


In the framework of the Entender Project, together with the Internationalization Area and the Inclusion and Accessibility Directorate of the Human Rights Area of Universidad Nacional de Rosario and the Bachelor's Degree in Psychopedagogy of Universidad del Gran Rosario, a Cycle of Meetings on Neurodiversity in Higher Education was launched.


Professor Heidrun Demo has been appointed as an external evaluator for following Entender Project´s development.


The University of Colima invites you to join the #ENTENDER project to contribute to the neurodiversity needs of the institution.


In an interview, experts from the UdeC speak explain objectives of this program and address the issue of autism within the framework of the world awareness day on this topic.


With your participation in the UNDERSTAND project, the UdeC prepares to be at the forefront in the care of its students, because they are its priority: Rector.


As part of a project activity, teachers and students were able to have an exchange with the Rector of the UNR.


The University of Turin received in February representatives of the partner Universities to continue with the second technical visit of the Project.


During February 2020, Coventry received representatives of the Project partner universities for its kick-off and first technical visit.


Project partners