It’s a design challenge to help bring social awareness regarding difficulties individuals with Autism may face, while tapping into the creativity and innovation of the community. It challenges students to think differently about real-world problems and design solutions using science, technology and engineering.
The 2016 challenge: Create a system to help with independent life skills
Who: Students in Grades 4-12
What: An individual or team design challenge. Create a prototype, presentation board and 5 minute pitch for our judges panel
Why: To develop creative solutions to a real-world problem
When: HackingAutism.org 2016 Hack-A-Thon, February 29, 2016
Awards: Judges Pick, Audience Pick