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MUDr. Juraj Vivoda

As a medical assessor, I often face the question of how to compensate for the social consequences of clients with Autism Spectrum disorder. It is not simple.

The individuality of autism is exceptional. Each one of them is unique in her manifestations. perception of the outside world, or communication skills. Even though I operate with the findings of specialists, the idea of perception of the world is complicated. That’s why I welcomed the opportunity to dip into the perception of my clients via the autism simulator in virtual reality. The information I received in simulations was surprising. even shocking. I can frankly say that this experience has significantly changed the way how I assess dependency on different compensations of social implications connected to autism. My colleagues, medical assessors, have confirmed it as well. I am grateful to all the creators of this program.

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I was exposed to the theory of autism during college, but I could never fully empathize with what it was really like to hear sounds and see the world through their eyes. Thanks to the simulator, I had the opportunity to get closer to their perception of reality, at least for a while. It was really an experience, although I had respect for all of it “.

As part of its corporate responsibility, Kaufland Slovakia offers opportunities to autistic people, employing them in various positions. 

Through our Autism Simulator, they have a unique opportunity to see the world through the eyes of autistic people and experience their senses firsthand. 

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Team Autism CIC have been using Autismity, the Autism Simulator for over a year. We are based in Cumbria, UK and have been searching for this type of product for many years.

We use it alongside our “Autism – It’s Part of Them” Course for family, friends and support workers of Autistics to let them experience the daily sensory issues faced by Autistics. Many feel overwhelmed and take the VR Headset off before the end. We say to them “ You can take the headset off, but an Autistic person lives with this all the time.” It is a valuable tool.

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