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RM500.00 (8 hours) Per Hour
141 days


Children with Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) have their own characteristic and behavior. They also have problem in communication skills, poor in imagination and difficult to learn as ordinary children. Furthermore, they are live in their own world. They cannot focus on activity in front of the others, except if they are interact with the activity or module themselves.

To overcome this problem, (TADA-chi) Therapeutic Aid Device for Autism Children is proposed. It is electronic module to interact ASD children. This product is focus on eye sense (train focus) and touch sense (muscle strength). Pertaining to train their focus, children with ASD evaluate on four based of colors. The four based colors are red, yellow, blue and green which are located at the flash card section. In regard to touch sense, children with ASD will be test by touching the numbering buttons from zero to nine and the number will display as output as eye sense also.

This research project is expected to make sure this device can assist the children with ASD to sense and focus with the module. If the children with ASD children interested with this product, it will make the process of therapy becomes smoother. Meanwhile, the education process and sense level of the children will improve.




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  • Electronic therapy
  • Provide knowledge while train focus and muscle strength
  • Child-friendly
  • Plug-and-Play

Commercialization Potential

  • For the use of National Autism Society of Malaysia,
  • PERMATA Negara,
  • Learning Institution and Individual.

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Sulaima, M. F., Mohd, M. N., Lada, M. Y., Mohamad, S. S., Mahat, M. R., Abd, N. A., . . . Izzuddin, T. A. (2018). TADA-Chi. Bangi, Selangor, Malaysia: MTUN Research Repository. QOI: 60.43650.2018-MTUNConnect.N49985
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