Volume 20 No 22 (2022)
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Games for Growth: Interactive Approaches to Enhance Social Interaction in Autism
Bobby Blossom, Namesh Kumar
The increasing prevalence of technology has made it possible to enhance the lives of those who suffer from Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). The effectiveness of a computer-based intervention known as customised Audio-Visual Social Story was investigated in this study. This study demonstrates how parents, schools, and therapists may lessen their assistance in helping children develop everyday communication and behavioural skills by utilising screen-based technology. The stories were created based on the specific needs of three autistic kids, who varied in age and level of communication. Although the respondents' problematic conduct was lessened overall, there was variation in the improvement.
Autism Spectrum Disorder, Compute-based Intervention, Android-based games, Social Story, Screen-based Technology.
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