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Asociación Envera is an NGO accredited by Fundación Lealtad.


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For more than 30 years, Envera has been offering treatments ofEarly Attention to children from 0 to 6 years of agewho present developmental disorders, or are at risk of suffering them, with the aim of detecting and responding to their needs as early as possible.

We also have a service ofChild and Adolescent Neurodevelopmentaimed at children and young people from6 to 18 years oldwho have been discharged from early intervention programs due to age criteria and continue to need specialized attention for the development of their abilities and skills, as well as those whose difficulties have been detected or have appeared beyond the first stage of childhood.

 Our child and youth care center is located in the Envera delegation in Madrid and has the capacity to attend more than 200 children and young people on an outpatient basis in individualized treatments or in small groups through a large multidisciplinary team of specialists (teachers, psychologists, neuropsychologists, pedagogues, physiotherapists, speech therapists, occupational therapists and social workers). 

We have aassessment unitformed by the center's multidisciplinary team whose objective is to carry out a quantitative and qualitative evaluation of the child's current situation and needs. Through family interviews, systematic observation and a quantitative assessment through standardized tests we collect the necessary information to guide us on the appropriate intervention strategies for each case.

We also have a program of continuous continuous and global monitoring of all aspects related to neurodevelopmentof all aspects related to neurodevelopment that helps in the detection of possible warning signs and allows us to act early and effectively if necessary.

Early care

"Early Care is understood as the set of interventions, aimed at the child population aged 0-6 years, the family and the environment, which aim to respond as soon as possible to the transitory or permanent needs presented by children with disorders in their development or who are at risk of suffering them. These interventions, which must consider the child as a whole, must be planned by a team of professionals with an interdisciplinary or transdisciplinary orientation."(Early Childhood Care White Book).

Our therapeutic interventions have the following objectives:

  • Optimizethe course of the child's development, in all areas (motor, language, communication, cognitive, social and emotional)
  • To avoid or reducethe appearance of secondary or associated effects or deficits produced by a disorder or risk situation.
  • Attendthe needs and demands of the family and the environment in which the child lives, considering the child and his family as active subjects of the intervention.

The treatments we offer are:

  • Stimulation
  • Speech therapy
  • Physiotherapy
  • Psychotherapy
  • Psychomotor
  • Occupational Therapy

We have public places, arranged with the Consejería de Familia, Juventud y Política Social de la Comunidad de Madrid (Family, Youth and Social Policy Department of the Community of Madrid), and private places. 

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Child and adolescent neurodevelopment

In this pioneering service we attend disorders and deficits in the areas of cognitive, motor, social, emotional, communicative, behavioral, acquired brain damage... 

Our intervention methodology is adjusted to the specific needs of each child and family and seeks to correct or compensate, as far as possible, the existing difficulties and help, in this way, to improve the levels of autonomy and quality of life. 

For this purpose, we offer several therapeutic modalities that, depending on the need, may include single or combined treatments of: 

  • Cognitive stimulation
  • Adaptive skills
  • Psychotherapy
  • Speech therapy
  • Physiotherapy
  • Occupational therapy
  • Psychomotor

We also offer aSchool Support Programaimed at students with specific learning difficulties in order to provide them with the basic educational tools and strategies to improve their personal development possibilities and enhance their school performance.

International Cooperation

Envera, in collaboration with the SEPLA - Ayuda Foundation and Iberia, has participated in the start-up of the La Joya School in Otavalo (Ecuador) and in the development of another Early Childhood Center in Malabo (Equatorial Guinea). 

Periodically, Envera's professionals travel to provide on-site training for on-site local teachers to ensure quality care for the children of these communities and their families.