Assistive technology can be used to support and enhance communication for young adults and children with autism by promoting independence, expanding communication, and increasing social interaction.
It can sometimes be easier for an individual wot autism to socialise via social networking than through mire traditional methods.
Making friends or communicating with others online can help them work on their skills that might translate in school, work or out in the community.
Technology can be helpful to some children, young adults and adults with autism everywhere. For example set by step “checklist” can help them stay on top of tasks and complete them in an orderly manner.