04/02/2012 Leave a comment
By providing a tool where communication skills can be developed and understanding of feelings and helping others is key to success, researchers from the University of Edinburgh may have broken down a major barrier in life for those who have a stronger degree of autism.
As reported by the BBC, FindMe, an application for the iPad which can be found through Apple’s App Store, has been created to provide a solution for those who would like to discover how children cope with understanding thought processes.
Using the autistic spectrum as an example of a disability where this could be most effective, such an opportunity could be key in helping to communicate with those who may have lost forms of communicating that can often be taken for granted. Read more of this post