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By Deborah Mitchell for eMaxHealth.com
A hallmark of autism is difficulty with social interaction and communication, and therapy typically involves trying to boost these skills. But what if activities that seem antisocial, namely screen-based technology such as video games and computers, can help children with autism spectrum disorder? Could video games be good playmates?
The latest research indicates that 1 in every 88 children has autism spectrum disorder, and this one statistic presents untold challenges to families, schools, and society as a whole. In the scramble to develop and initiate effective ways to treat autism, one of the many approaches to emerge concerns the use of screen-based media, as it's been noted that children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) spend most of their free time avoiding social situations and instead engaging with computers and video games.
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