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01 Oct 2015


Children suffering from autism spectrum disorder, or ASD, enjoy playing games like any other kid. It's only that they find some games difficult or play in a repetitive way. For example, an autistic child may rather prefer to fixate on watching the wheels of a toy car spinning, or may finish a puzzle in the same manner all the time. Autism spectrum disorder affects the introduction of communication and social skills. Consequently, simple skills needed for games-like the ability to emulate simple actions, share objects with other people, explore the environment and react to behaviors-often takes a hit. - Toys for Autistic Children

But individual with autism spectrum disorder can get special skills for playing games. Following include the...