ZAC Browser (Zyatta for Autistic Children) is a simple, easy-to-use web browser for kids with autism, including Asperger's syndrome, autism spectrum disorders, and other autism-spectrum disorders. It's fast, secure, includes many customization options and can be downloaded from the Internet for free - many people have used it daily on their computers in their everyday lives to enjoy a great deal of online interactivity. Many children with autism and other disorders have found that ZAC Browser has helped them learn new things and continue to improve their function in school and society.
Zac is an innovative web browser designed especially for people with autism and other forms of autism spectrum disorders. It is an excellent program for people with these types of disorders, as well as people who may not be familiar with autistic tendencies but are interested in helping these children find a way to interact in the world, learn to read, write, use the Internet, and more. It is an excellent program for kids with this disorder. Many people credit ZAC Browser to helping them become more independent and develop skills that may be otherwise hard for them to achieve. It has changed lives for countless children all over the world.
People with Asperger's syndrome and autism can take advantage of many of the features of ZAC Browser. These include: the tabs with themed worksheets, which give kids with low, medium and high functioning autism some "hands on" activities (featured on the left side), which can be customized for each child based on their interests and skill sets; flash player videos that are easy to follow, can be customized according to the child's interests; games that are engaging and stimulating; the ability to view online comments left by other users and the ability to post new blogs. The ZAC Browser is offered through an add on available through the ZAC Learning Community. ZAC also offers other related products, such as: Zucheria, music and language learning program, which also provide the ZAC Browser, as well as: Scratchbox, an educational toy that teaches how to use math; Coolbeans, a visually-impressive program that teaches about colors, letters, shapes, texture, light and more.