Monday, July 31, 2006

AUTISM: High-tech toys tailored to children with disabilities

From the CEC Smart Brief:

Engineers are developing computer games that provide therapy for children with disabilities. Some programs even screen children for disabilities, such as autism and dyslexia, although experts caution that such preliminary identification should never supplant traditional exams and treatment by a specialist. Newsweek (7/31)


richard said...

well, that's great!

Owen FV said...

wow that's another good produce of Baltimore! Science really helps!

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