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Autismo Pisa

The Association of Volunteer Autismo Pisa Onlus, founded in 2011, brings together parents, families and friends of people with autism.


Software didattico per bambini con autismo

Development and testing of didactic software for improving learning of low-functioning children with autism

Publications and editorial products until 01/01/2016

Accessible Education for Autistic Children: ABA-based Didactic Software

An Analytic Tool for Assessing Learning in Children with Autism

Android App for data acquisition of traditional ABA sessions

A Portable Application Supporting ABA Intervention

Designing ABA-based Software for Low-Functioning Autistic Children

Designing a Mobile Application to Record ABA Data

Didactic Software for Autistic Children

Monitoring Learning in ABA Teaching of Children with Autism

Teaching Low Functioning Children with Autism: ABCD SW

Technology-enhanced discriminative programs for children with autism

Publications and editorial products from the 01/01/2016

A Web App for Teaching Piano to Students with Autism

Dental Health of Children with Autism: Controlling Anxiety Using Dental Care Training via ICT

Designing an accessible web app to teach piano to students with autism.

Designing an App for Teaching Music to Children with Autism: a Preliminary Study

ICT to Aid Dental Care of Children with Autism

ICT to Support Dental Care of Children with Autism: an Exploratory Study

IT solutions for the improvement of the quality of life of Autistic People

“Mom Let’s Go to the Dentist!” Preliminary Feasibility of a Tailored Dental Intervention for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder in the Italian Public Health Service

MyDentist: Making Children with Autism familiar with Dental Care

Technology-enhanced ABA Intervention in Children with Autism: A Pilot Study

Which Virtual Piano Keyboard for Children with Autism? A Pilot Study

Presentations and Demos

ABCD SW: Autistic Behavior & Computer-based Didactic Software


Android App for data acquisition of traditional ABA sessions