Software helps children with autism exploit visual skills

01/20/2009 | Newsweek

A free Google software program developed for architects and design professionals is becoming popular among children with autism and may be helping them develop important skills. People with autism often have excellent visual-thinking skills, and the SketchUp software taps into that, educators say, letting students express themselves visually when they have trouble doing so verbally.

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