Client with autism

Alle informatie bij je hebben: Personal app op je telefoon of een beeldhorloge.

Voor mensen met autisme kan de Personal app op hun telefoon helpen om hun dag duidelijk te structureren. Die app kan supersimpel zijn of juist wat meer mogelijkheden bevattten.
Sowieso zijn de Hoedoejedats's vaak nuttig, omdat ze stapsgewijs uitleggen hoe iets moet worden gedaan. Met de mogelijkheid om stap voor stap af te vinken, zodat er geen enkele onzekerheid hoeft te zijn of een proces naar wens verloopt.


Take all your information along: a Personal app on your telephone or a  Guide pictowatch.

Most people with autism need a clear structure for the day, a clear step by step introduction of activities. MyWepp can help with that 

The number and intensity of functionalities and signals from MyWepp can be adjusted or every single user. Caregivers do this with the management app on their smartphone of computer. 

MyWepp offers tools to create all kinds of instructions, based on the specific needs of each client.


To use the Mywepp personal app you need a subscription (you can try it 1 month for free first) The app is available in the Playstore (Android) and Appstore (iOS).
The subscription includes the costs of all accounts for the management app for formal and informal caregivers of the client. 



If the client can handle enough sensations like reminders, calls etcetera the Guide pictowatch can be of help.

With the management app caregivers can adjust the behavior of the watch into detail: sounds, vibrations, read out loud.

The client can't forget the watchm it is around his/her wrist.

The watch can offer an onscreen SOS button to call for help and remote support. 





A private subscription of MyWepp costs  78,- Euro per year plus onw time costs of 30,- Euro for starting the account. You can choose to try the app first for a month for free.

In the case of a pictowatch the additional costs are 290,- Euro.

Buy it or try it first?


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