How students with autism can benefit from new technology

02/25/2013 | Huffington Post, The

Behavioral analyst Sara Gershfeld shares in this blog post mobile-device applications and gadgets displayed at the Consumer Electronics Show that could be used to aid students with autism. For instance, a tablet called nabi2 has parental controls and a token system to prevent users from getting fixated on one game and to entice them go through the levels of an educational app to earn the privilege of playing a favorite game.

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