The Melita Foundation is supporting The Inspire Foundation to acquire an interactive whiteboard for its Gozo facility. This will benefit all the clients who enrol in the three programmes that are offered at the facility. These include STEP Intensive Early Intervention programme, a one-to-one tutoring programme and the pay-per-use services that are delivered both as individual and group sessions. In a typical year, 1200 sessions are delivered to an average of 27-30 clients. Currently, clients range from 3 years of age to 13 years of age. This equipment is very much preferred by individuals on the Autism Spectrum because it is predictable, consistent, free from social demands and specific in focus of attention. In addition, computer-based applications are considered useful for therapeutic and educational purposes and provide an improved opportunity for interactions via the direct manipulation of digital objects on the surface. This also provides wider opportunities for non-verbal clients.