Created a few years ago by the United Nations (UN), today April 2 World Autism Day.
In two videos published on YouTube, Apple introduces us to the friendly Dillan.
During the Autism Acceptance Month, he reminds us that everyone's voice should be heard.
It was through the iPad that Dillan began to establish direct communication with his mother, his therapist, his teachers and colleagues.
Today there are about 70 million people with autism in the world, and it is amazing to see that technologies like those created by Apple have helped many of them to establish a more direct contact with those around them.
Besides being important to raise awareness focused on the end of prejudice, it is also essential that parents pay attention to make a correct diagnosis of the disorder as soon as possible in order to start an appropriate treatment.