On the Lady of Baza's 50th anniversary, a special gift was presented: an 'Easy Reading Guide' prepared by Jabalcon Association of Mentally Disabled Persons. This guide and poster have been given to the Archaeological Museum of Baza to aid people with disabilities. Easy reading is for older people and children.
After a period of training and learning in easy reading, this is the first official work by the Jabalcon Society. However, new challenges have already been posed. Users of the veteran group Yolanda Sanchez and Isabel Pardo, Noelia Canadians, David Samaniego, David Samaniego, David Samaniego, Concepcion Martinez and Juan Antonio Fernandez Martinez have done the adaptation together with Gema Martinez Sanchez (obesity therapist), and have been validated by Aprosmo Adapta.
To make the Museum and replica of Lady of Baza more accessible and understandable, Manolo Gavilan, the mayor of the City, Mari Carmen Gonzalez, the Councilor for Tourism and Lorenzo Sanchez, the Museum director, visited the Association. They thanked this team for their generosity and the immense work they did.
We are very grateful to you, even though we were not surprised. The mayor acknowledged them and invited them to start new collaborations. "I can guarantee that the poster and guide we received today will be placed in a place where it can be easily accessed by everyone. It is extremely useful."
Jose Ramon Noguera (president of Jabalcon Association), and the Managing Directors attended the event. Eduardo Lozano, and Alfredo Alles.
The poster and guide include a glossary explaining the meaning of certain words such as priestess or necropolis. It also includes a description of the history of Lady of Baza and Cerro Santuario Neocropolis, and of the sculpture.
Easy Reading refers to a method that provides guidelines and recommendations for writing texts, layout and validation of comprehension. It is intended to make information accessible to people who have difficulty understanding. reader.