Who we are

InPaula is an institute of children neurorehabilitation which emerged in June 2010 with the aim of becoming a referent in innovation and quality, able to offer a cognitive, sensorial and motor integral re-education.

But it is, above all, the project of two parents, Fernando and Pilar – university professors in Psychobiology and Experimental Psychology – who wanted to offer the best neurorehabilitation system to their daughter, Paula.

InPaula has received the certification of Young Innovative Company submitted by the quality agency AENOR, which certificates the quality and innovation of our services.

Fisio con bebesStimulation program for babies

Equipo

Our team

Our multidisplinary vocation results in a professional team of neuropsychologists, speech-therapists, physiotherapists and occupational therapists that work coordinated on individualized therapies designed for each child, taking always into account the essential labor of its family and closest environment.

Fernando Sánchez Santed
Founding partner of InPaula
Pilar Flores Cubos
Director and founding partner of InPaula
Rocío Ayala González
Administration and information
Rosa Cánovas López
Neuropsychologist
Beatriz Haro Alarcón
Physiotherapist
Yasmina Medina Iruela
Speech-therapist
Pilar de Haro
Speech-therapist
María García López
Speech-therapist
Javier Rodríguez Cano
Occupational therapist
Inmaculada Gómez Becerra
Physiotherapist
Pilar Madueño Cobo
Physiotherapist
Patrizia Salvestrini
Research and visual therapy

 

We innovate

InPaula was founded as a technology-based company. Our project has therefore, a strong linkage to the university world.

In this way, we currently develop various technological innovation projects together with several companies, universities and health institutions.

 

Virtual reality, the use of tablets or the development of an equine system

From the first moment, we have carried on a constant research to enhance our therapies and incorporate innovative technological solutions applied to the stimulation and neurological rehabilitation areas.

Virtual reality, the use of tablets or the development of an equine system are examples of how we apply the potential of the new technologies to the daily life.