Pokémon Go: Hospitals and autistic children benefit from "Catching em' all"

Pokémon Go: Hospitals and autistic children benefit from "Catching em' all"

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Unless you have been living under a rock, you would surely have heard of Pokémon Go, the latest game that is taking the world by storm. The mobile game app is reported to be wreaking havoc on roads and highways, causing freak accidents such as players falling off a cliff, yet there have been undeniable social advantages to it too.
30 Jul 2016 - General
I think for all things there will be two sides: a good and a bad. Let's tackle the bad first, because Pokemon has been seen to really cause a disruption in roads--and it's taken over some people's lives. For all things, control is necessary. or things will go out of hand. Adults, for instance, should have know that they should not let the game takeover their lives because it is no longer healthy when things get to that. Anyway, I have a friend who's been struggling with her husba...
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Kanner's (1943) original description of 11 children with `an extreme autistic aloneness' has not been improved upon with his astute observation of `an inability to relate in an ordinary way to people and to situations' and `an anxiously obsessive desire for the maintenance of sameness'. If he was born few decades later, will he be making this state because Pokemon Go is encouraging autistic children to "catch them all " and in doing so, started interacting with people a...
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