Early autism diagnosis

The prevalence of autism spectrum disorders (ASD) has increased significantly in recent years. It is estimated that 1 in 68 children has autism.

Nearly half of the parents report worrying issues to a paediatrician. Taking that into consideration, we have created the Play.Care screening test which supports the work of paediatricians in the process of autism assessment in children aged 3 to 6.

Thanks to Play.Care you can take comprehensive care of your child’s development.

We are carrying out free pilot implementations in multiple therapy centres in Poland, until April 2019.

Try it out at your facility

Play.Care Application:

› it’s a Class 1 medical device with the CE certificate
› it allows to carry out a quick, 10-minute long screening test
› it is in the form of a child-friendly game using  motion sensors included in a tablet

Learn how Play.Care works

Test accuracy:

The test underwent research confirming its effectiveness. The studies have shown that the test detects children’s movement patterns related to autism spectrum disorders with 93% accuracy.

See the details

When should I do the Play.Care test?

› when the child displays worrying symptoms suggesting autism spectrum disorders
› when the child is in the high-risk group

What if the test result is positive?

› it does not mean that the child definitely has autism
› the child will be directed to  a designated facility for further diagnosing, and provided with professional care

See which symptoms should be worrying, and understand the complete diagnosing process


If you want to participate in a free implementation of the Play.Care test at your facility, contact us:

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In case of any questions or doubts, contact us:

Mariola Zając
Business development specialist
+48 881 448 690

For parents:

Do you have any questions or concerns regarding your child’s development?
Visit the For parents section or contact us:

Dominika Zaremba
+48 513 134 126‬