AUTISM

AUTISM

July 24, 2012

iPad is Revolutionizing Autism Awareness

Rajneesh Bhandari  |  Media & TechMedia

Finally, my iPad book, Living With Autism, a multi-touch book has been published on iTunes. The iPad, for me, is a good platform to tell multimedia stories. But I faced many challenges publishing from Nepal.

For seven years as a journalist, I worked on a television station in Nepal; I also wrote for print, online, blogs, and on social media. No platform has been as effective in telling a simple story than the iPad. It's quite interesting with the flexibility it provides - one can include photo galleries, video, interactive diagrams, 3D objects, and more. The iBooks Author app, which allows users to create books on the iPad, is an easy-to-use software that has helped me design, layout and publish the book. Living with Autism, FREE to download for iPad, is divided into five sections and is supplemented by infographics, photos, video, text and social media elements.

Autism is a life-long neuro-developmental disorder. The United Nations has said that autism is growing as a global health crisis. But many people in Nepal don’t know about autism because we lack awareness programs.

I chose this topic because mainstream media in Nepal has ignored this issue and the government has not done anything. We don't have a single autism care center for adult autistic people here... READ MORE >>



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