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30 July 2015

MSU explores virtual reality’s benefits for individuals with autism

Michigan State University (MSU) researchers are teaming with colleagues in Ireland to explore how wearable technologies […]
30 June 2015

Social robots for ASD therapy

A humanoid robot named Milo has attracted the attention of several public school districts in Southeastern […]
30 June 2015

Andy’s Garden: Games for children with autism

Andy is in the Magic Garden. He needs to grow some flowers and some carrots, and […]
30 June 2015

Key digital design elements utilized for teaching social skills to children with ASD

Melissa Morgenlander, is a researcher, curriculum designer and parent of preschool twins (one of whom is […]
30 June 2015

ASDtech SIG at IMFAR 2015

The 2015 SIG meeting was the third and final on the topic of Autism and Technology. […]
13 June 2015

PhD Studentship at the University of Strathclyde, Scotland: Serious games for autism assessment

Developing Smart Games for Autism Research and Assessment Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences and Faculty […]
30 April 2015

Downloadable pdf of new Autism App Wheel

Unbeknownst to Sue (until now), I simply had to include the downloadable pdf of her new […]
30 April 2015

Amazing Apps

I recently attended the 14th annual Statewide Autism Resources and Training (START) conference in Lansing, MI […]
30 April 2015

New University of Missouri study examines violent video games and aggression in adults with ASD

A new study from the University of Missouri suggests that violent video games have no greater […]
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