The app can help people with autism to:
. Answer questions, for example how to deal with challenging situations at work or school
. Show you how to carry out common tasks, such as preparing food, doing laundry
. Use a calendar to organise diaries and activities
. See reminders daily activities such as morning wake up calls, medications, daily bedtime, laundry, social engagements
. Choose how to receive reminders such as via phone calls, SMS, phone alerts or `pop ups’ from the app’s avatar, Abby.
. Set up and follow school schedules, including class times and location and exam dates
. Set up and follow work schedules including start/end times for work and breaks
. Handle travel, including on public transport, walking/driving directions, and using taxis
. Handle cash transactions, including fucntions on splitting bills, tips, bills/notes /coin combinations needed for payment and expected change
. Plan for the weather, including clothing and things needed based on weather forecasts.
The app is designed to learn about the users’ preferences and routines, to provide more targeted, and proactive assistance.
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