What is it?
TEAyudo a jugaris an app for mobile devices that seeks to promote educational and social inclusion through a fundamental activity in child development and socialization: play.
This learning, intervention and social inclusion toolfor people with autism spectrum disorder or other neurodevelopmental diversity. The app, available for mobile phones and tablets up to 10 inches, offers moments of play visually.
Implements ARASAAC pictograms.
University of Murcia
We learn to use TEAyudo a jugar
TEAyudo a jugar is an interactive application for mobile devices, a learning, intervention and social inclusion tool for people with autism spectrum disorder and people with other neurodevelopmental diversity.
Through this application, the user is provided with a total tool to present game moments visually.
Its development completes the work system around the Social Inclusion program Patios y Parques Dinámicos, created by Gey Lagar, implemented in multiple educational centers and in a family context.
TEAyudo a jugar is a tool to promote educational and social inclusion through a fundamental activity in child development and socialization: play.
The mobile device is used as a motivating visual support for the structuring of game time. After establishing with the boys and girls the premises of: where to play, what to play with, with whom to play, how to play … and how long are we going to play, the game must run in interaction real between the participants of the game moment. Therefore, the mobile device will only be a structuring and facilitating element of information regarding the game.
The steps of structuring the playtime must be completed with the children who are going to participate in the game and whenever it is valued as positive that they are the ones who select the options.
TEAyudo a jugar allows you to create several user profiles to facilitate group or individual use, although always with more boys and girls to play with.
TEAyudo a jugar has been created in collaboration with the University of Murcia and the Orange Foundation within the call for Technological Solutions Applied to Autism 2016.
The pictograms used are the property of the Government of Aragon and have been created by Sergio Palao for ARASAAC, which distributes them under a Creative Commons license (BY-NC-SA).