Your Dollars@Work: Helping Nonverbal Children Speak – Part II
Your Dollars@Work: Helping Nonverbal Children Speak – Part I
Researchers funded by Autism Speaks are using iPads to encourage speech among minimally verbal gradeschoolers affected by autism
iPads Can Help Children Learn Spoken Language: FAQ & Tips from Experts
The post below is offered by Drs. Connie Kasari and Ann Kaiser along with team members, Drs. Charlotte Mucchetti, Stephanie Shire from UCLA and Dr. Courtney Wright from Vanderbilt University.
NIH Funds Expansion of Research on iPad-Assisted Language Development
Promoting Autism Research in Schools
The frustration is a familiar one in autism re... More...
Speech Devices Can Help Build Language in Schoolchildren with Autism
Peer Training Outperforms Traditional Autism Interventions
All Children Deserve Access to Communication
Guest post by Connie Kasari, Ph.D., Center for Autism Research & Treatmen... More...
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