Work, Assistance and Overcoming Barriers
Who we are
TAS is a non-profit regional organisation created in 2002 in order to provide new resources for those with disabilities in rural areas. Additionally, it offers other services to different groups that are at risk of social exclusion.
Since 1997 we have been developing a pioneering experience caring for persons with disabilities in rural areas. Starting as a project and becoming a Foundation at a later date, we get involved with the community cross sectionally and in a coordinated effort with different existing stakeholders (health, education) with the goal of promoting social participation through interdisciplinary work.
The TAS Foundation was set up in September 2002 with the objective of giving the project continuity and stability and in a further effort to consolidate the ultimate goal of improving the living standards of people with disabilities, as well as their families. Our aim is not giving the same services that public institutions already offer. We aim to create new services and complementing support for those who already are being helped by the public stakeholders, hence providing an intersectoral service .
Improving the living standards of every person with diverse capabilities or developmental disorders —and that of their families— in rural settings so they can live their lives to the fullest and they can plenty participate in society. This support is provided by an individualised assistance, inclusive and adapted to the needs of every phase of life, and with the solidary participation of our volunteers and other social agents from the community.
Embrace constant growth and improving the Foundation to provide a warm and quality service that complies with sustainable developmental objectives.
Quality and transparency
In 2011 we implemented the ISO 9001:2008 quality system by Bureau Veritas Certificate number ES079880-1. Every year we carry out internal audits to consolidate our management and user service system.
Code of ethics
Rosario Martagón Ropero
Degree in Labour Sciences
Expert course in management of non-profit organisations
Coordination and Quality TAS Centres
Miguel Ángel Fernández Vila
Degree in Pedagogy
Secretariat and Information
Rosa Moreno De Los Santos
Professional Training in Administración
Management secretarial training
Early care and Quality Servicies
Antonio Vega Pascual
Degree in Labour Relations
José Tajadura Moya
Degree in Labour Relations and Master’s Degree in Occupational Risk Prevention.
Presidency. Alcalá del Río Council
represented by major Mr. Antonio Campos Ruiz
Vice president. Brenes Council
represented by major Mr. Jorge Barrera García.
Secretary. Tocina Council
represented by councilwoman Delegada de bienestar Social (Social Welfare Delegate) Ms. Rosa Iglesias Jabato.
Chair. Alcolea del Río Council
represented by major Mr. Carlos López Barrera.
Chair. Aznalcollar Council
represented by councilwoman Ms. Manuela José Díaz Vargas.
Chair. Burguillos Council
represented by major Mr. Domingo Delgado Pino.
Chair. Cantillana Council
represented by councilwoman Ms. Mercedes Naranjo Vasco.
Chair. Castilblanco de los Arroyos Council
represented by councilman, Mr. José Manuel Carballar Alonso
Chair. Gerena Council
represented by councilwoman Ms. Purificiación Isabel Acuña Prado.
Chair. La Algaba Council
represented by councilwoman Ms. Virginia Mojeda Gutierrez.
Chair. Lora del Río Council
represented by councilman Ms. Vanesa Mª Serrano Aguilar
Chair. Villaverde del Río Council
represented by councilwoman Ms. Pastora Tirado Fresco
Chair. Asociación TAS de familiares
represented by president Ms. Amelia Vidal Martínez.
Chair. FCB/TAPSA TFM
President. Mr. Antonio Campos Ruiz
Vicepresident. Mr. Jorge Barrera García
Secretary. Ms. Rosa Iglesias Jabato.
Chair. Ms. Amelia Vidal Martínez.
Chair. Mr. Fernando Ocaña.