Video games is a hope for autistic children

Video games is a hope for autistic children

March 9, 2014

AutismSteuart W. Weller d’Ashburn Elementary School (Virginia), about 50 kilometers northwest of Washington, is one of the specialized centers in the United States for testing these game console add-ons with young autism.

The system, launched by Microsoft in 2010, allows you to play without controllers, using your own body thanks to a movement detector.

The Kinect, although it was not designed for therapeutic purposes, seems, according to some experts, an interesting tool to help young people with autism spectrum disorders, a disease that according to evaluations by the World Health Organization (WHO) affects 21 of every 10,000 children.

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