Decision Tree to Better Breakdown the “Flavors” of Autism


We currently lump all needs into one category that makes the available solutions and devices for children and adults with Autism not useful enough to allow them to participate in the public. This causes further isolation because their solutions almost limit them in other various ways.


 Develop a decision tree to breakdown the ‘flavors’ of Autism to further allow researchers and product development teams to cater devices to better suit children and adults. This will raise the quality of life for those on different ends of the Autism Array by better differentiating their various needs and limitations.

Provided by Madison House Autism at George Hacks 2018 Medical Solutions Hackathon.

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