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Max, an autistic journey £4.31 @ Steam

£4.31 @ Steam
Thought I'd post this up as I think it's a great idea and to be honest it's a great price for this. One of my little girls is autistic and anyone with children, siblings, friends with autism will k… Read More
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8m, 1w agoFound 8 months, 1 week ago
Thought I'd post this up as I think it's a great idea and to be honest it's a great price for this.

One of my little girls is autistic and anyone with children, siblings, friends with autism will know what an experience it is both good and bad.

Hopefully it will get some heat :)
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Any parent with an ASD child will find this game fab.
In fact it gives any child / adult a little glimpse into how a ASD child / adolescent / adult views there world so it might be helpful for the child who's friend is ASD ( autistic spectrum disorder)
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Yep it is very interesting seeing the same things and own little world my daughter is in. She's nearly 3 and doesn't say a word so we are learning to communicate visually instead.
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Any parent with an ASD child will find this game fab.
In fact it gives any child / adult a little glimpse into how a ASD child / adolescent / adult views there world so it might be helpful for the child who's friend is ASD ( autistic spectrum disorder)

ASD - Autism Spectrum Disorder :)

It s a great game but I feel it only covers a certain side of ASD and tends to forget about the more severe side of it, but all the same it does offer some insight.


addyb
Yep it is very interesting seeing the same things and own little world my daughter is in. She's nearly 3 and doesn't say a word so we are learning to communicate visually instead.

My son is 8 and says very very little thats comprehensible, 1 - 2 words at best, or will echo others.. but its very rewarding when as a parent you can communicate just through looks and actions alone.. :)

Ask your school about PECs (picture exchange cards) they can be invaluable for communication also if you have an iPad take a look at Proloquo2go ( very expensive @ £199.99 but if PECs work its invaluable).

But dont worry too much abotu lack of speech at 3 my eldest boy now 15 who is also Autistic didnt speak until he was 5+ very very reserved prior to speaking and now is in top sets at Secondary set to get many A's in his GCSE's its crazy how it can all turn around, Also Einstein didn't speak until he was 6.

Edited By: haritori on Aug 20, 2016 01:20
2 Likes #4
I got my autism myself and I think this would be something interesting to look at.
#5
I don't have autism or know anyone with autism, but I can appreciate this game. Looks like a great game
#6
My Son has autism but he prefers to go adventuring in mafia 2 or gta 4 . He just explores and investigate the shops . He did the same thing in dragon age . might try this game as it looks alright .

Edited By: jamesphimister50 on Aug 20, 2016 10:59
2 Likes #7
really good idea this game. respect going out to all the people that suffers with autism

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