All eight children tested by Harvard University’s Department of Psychology were able to successfully use the device without stress.
Author: Russ Ewell
Assistive technology is a digital tool that improves cognitive learning and communication for individuals with autism.
In time, we hope to see Virtual Reality harnessed better to help people with extreme anxiety such as those with autism better prepare for life by familiarizing themselves with their environments.
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