@Dream: Well , that's the thing I heard of cause I went to some website that brought this up called from Thomas to Anime .
Depends on the severity of autism. I used to volunteer and help children with autism mostly severed cases. My older brother has a severe case. He's not into anime but into listening to video game sound track.
From my experiences, most of the folks with severe case have a hobby they like and have some compulsive habit (IE: arranging toys along the bedwall before going to sleep.) The adults act like children and play toys or games, watch Looney Tunes. I haven't seen any of the folks (severe cases) into anime during my time at the center.
May I ask? Are you autistic as well? I noticed how you spoke.
t to some website that brought this up called from Thomas to Anime .
When you look up these things, you should probably ask folks who run daycare centers that take care of the disabled. I don't think you went to a credible website.
Oh, I didn't answer your question. If the person has a mild case and can pretty take care of themselves, they will enjoy anime. If the person has a severe case, I say it's iffy. They would have to watch anime that is for children.
If you talking about support, are you talking about mental cognition and speech therapy? If so, I say no. There are no anime series that helps with speech therapy or has educational value as far I know.