Association of Multiple Sclerosis and other neurological diseases


ADEMTO works to improve the quality of life of people with Multiple Sclerosis and other neurological diseases through the defense of rights, the provision of social-health services, social awareness and MS research.


To be a reference center in neurological rehabilitation at the provincial level, offering innovative treatments and health and social solutions that improve the quality of life of patients. ADEMTO contributes to research in search of a cure for the disease.

The Multiple Sclerosis Association of Toledo (ADEMTO) is a Declared Public Utility entity, non-profit with its own legal personality, with provincial scope of action, excluding Talavera de la Reina and its region, which brings together people affected by multiple sclerosis. , their families and people sensitized to this disease. It was legally established on March 30, 1996, by its founding partner Mr. Julián Ludeña Ramos.

ADEMTO has been carrying out its activity at the Cayetana Fitz-James Stuart Rehabilitation Center for Neurological Diseases, since July 2011, which was granted the opening license by the Provincial Delegation of the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare, as a Health Center .

  • Registration Number of Associations Provincial Delegation 2622
  • JCCM Registration No. 9,163
  • Medical Specialties Center Registration Number AB03574/0000087
  • Granted by the Government of Castilla-La Mancha, we received from President García – Page, the Special
  • Recognition for Social Initiative in Castilla la Mancha 2016.

ADEMTO obtains the LEALTAD FOUNDATION SEAL, being the first NGO based in Castilla La Mancha to possess the seal. Which differentiates us as an entity committed to transparency and good management practices.

Awards and honours

  • CLM social initiative recognition.
  • The Brain Foundation recognizes ADEMTO with the Seal as “a guarantee of its excellent work on behalf of neurological patients.
  • Illustrious Ramón y Cajal Academy of Health Sciences awards the Medal of Humanitarian Merit to Begoña Aguilar Zambalamberri, president of ADEMTO for the humanitarian work she carries out in favor of people diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis and other neurological diseases.
  • Mention for the promotion, promotion and development of psychological care in the province of Toledo by the CLM College of Psychology.
  • Best Poster Award. The effectiveness of the combination of Conventional and virtual reality treatment in MS. XVI Annual Meeting of the Madrid Association of Neurology.
  • Award for best communication. Prescription of exercises in Multiple Sclerosis in the associative environment. VUI National Congress of Chronic Patients. SEMERGEN.