Autism ideas

Written by: Pete Henshaw | Published:

A free app is aiming to involve people with autism in the creation of new technologies to tackle some of the daily challenges they face.

The Android and Apple app has been developed by a consortium of researchers from the universities of Bath, Southampton and Sussex.

Called ASCmeI.T., It enables people with autism spectrum conditions – as well as families, teachers, professionals, and anyone who supports someone with autism – to share their ideas on what kind of new technology would best help.


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