A budget and the Paralympic Objective Sport Support (ADOP) Plan for 2021 were approved at the Spanish Paralympic Committee (CPE) General Assembly.
This year's ADOP Plan is centred on preparations for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics and developing young athletes.
The ADOP Plan at large is designed to give Spanish athletes the best chance of success at the Paralympic Games.
It includes a scholarship programme, training support including medical care and a sponsorship scheme for national governing bodies.
Contributions from companies including Cofidis, Toyota and Telefónica fund the ADOP Plan.
Spain's High Council for Sports and Ministry of Social Rights created the ADOP Plan along with the CPE.
The approval of the 2021 ADOP Plan guarantees scholarships, while a "Paralympic Relay" project, which targets children with impairments, is to be rolled out nationwide with an eye on Los Angeles 2028.
Promise teams - in existence for athletes without experience of high-level competition - have been brought under the umbrella of the ADOP Plan, and one is to be formed for winter sports.
As for the budget, the CPE said that it accounted for various coronavirus scenarios, but forecast a significant investment in anti-COVID-19 measures in 2021, including at the Paralympic Games.
The CPE last month celebrated its 25th anniversary.