When I think of computers and people, I am more interested in people. This has led me to move from computing to special education and back to computing, which included moving to the UK, and back to Spain. I have been involved in the technology and diverse needs field for fifteen years. Currently working in industry, I see technology as a means to a more efficient way of doing things, and with that, I see my role as a facilitator.
This book illustrates the potential for eliciting increased social interaction in children with autism when working alongside other with computers, and suggest the possibility that time spent with computers by children with autism may help them to gravitate from a solitary activity towards a social one.