Agency for Social Information has published a survey with digital applications that can help people with Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD). In the survey they mentioned the communicator titled “Autism: communication” which was updated with support from “ISTOKI” Endowment Fund.
A person with ASD can have both high level of intelligence or lower IQ. In both cases this person needs help to share his or her thoughts and feelings.
For the last 30 years specialists and parents of children with special needs have been trying to make the interaction of people with ASD and the world easier. That’s how communicative boards were invented, along with cards, first (huge and very expensive) communicators, and eventually digital applications that have become a real break-through.
Today they are applied by a wider range of people, from those with the Down syndrome to patients who suffer from the outcomes of a stroke.
“ISTOKI” Endowment Fund has selected five popular applications that can help with communication.