"Andy's Project" is a non-profit charity initiative of digitalCode Sagl
We have many ideas and projects underway to be able to create as many software as possible (games and management) that are supporting the world of autism.
The classic puzzle game, specially designed for both adults and children. We have paid particular attention to the help levels in the game, so that it can be used by anyone.
"Giornale di Olgiate"
Dad Armando creates inclusive video games
<< Andy's Project >> aims at an international network and to improve the life of those with autism This world is a jungle, I want to give concrete help by providing adequate programs
"La Provincia di Como"
The father is the inventor << Here is the video game for autistic children >>
Armando Olivieri and his Andy's Project which has been running for two years and is inspired by his son We want to help the rehabilitation process
"@ConsoleGeneration · Podcast"
Psychology & Video Games
... 'Andy's Project, an initiative launched by a father who created a video game to help his son - Andy, in fact - manage his autism problems ...
Francesca Perugini - Michigan (USA)
The world of autism needs new ideas! We collaborate to create IT solutions capable of amplifying therapies, data collection and processing and effective, functional and pro-active information management.
Have you ever wondered what happened next?
We will try to tell you about it through an interactive game.
We are conducting a study at the Psychological Institute of the
University of Basel in which we would like to find out in which areas
parents of children (3 to 17 years) with an autism spectrum disorder
(ASD) in Switzerland need support. It is a questionnaire study in which
all participating parents receive questionnaires from us once by post.
Since questions may still arise when reading through the questionnaires,
a member of our team will contact the parents briefly by phone or via
video consultation and ask whether any questions have arisen. All
questionnaire answers will of course be treated confidentially, i.e.
anonymized and only used for research purposes. We hope that the
results of the study will help to improve the support options for parents
and children with ASD. If you are interested in participating in the study,
please contact Isabella Collins at our e-mail address: