GO Live Well with Autism
Autism case studies
The following Autism case studies are based on the personal experiences of James A Cruickshank who is a volunteer for Grampian Opportunities. The views contained in the case studies are personal and do not reflect those of Grampian Opportunities.
The importance of neural networks to research
Neural networks involve the asking of lots of questions and classifying the answers. Neural networks use knowledge of computing to solve real world problems. Asking questions is a key part of all great research publications. This website has formed a neural network for better clinical diagnosis of Autism. This should enable people with Autism to have a better quality of life and live independently with dignity. It may even help them get a job.
2020 Autism case study 1 (PDF): problem solving with technology and communication | MP4 YouTube video version of problem solving with tech and comms
Supplementary YouTube video evidence to Autism case study 1 documenting water scarcity in Westhill, Aberdeenshire
2020 Autism case study 3 (PDF): overcoming obsessive compulsive tendencies with field work by psychiatrists
Supporting evidence for Autism case study 3 on the challenges of navigating Aberdeen safely (PDF) | MP4 YouTube video on the challenges of navigating Aberdeen safely