Wearable biometric wristbands could ‘see inside’ the bodies of people with autism and predict dramatic behaviour changesadmin
Biometric technology which helps 'see inside' the bodies of those with autism by measuring minute physiological changes such as surface skin temperature and heart rate, could be commercially available in the form of simple wristbands within two to five years.
Peter is a young man with autism and Down's syndrome. Working with Peter is particularly rewarding for staff as his enthusiasm and motivation is high because he loves to dance and is brilliant on the trampoline. But Peter has been mute for most of his life and was often frustrated by his [...]
It is difficult to find original superlatives to describe Olga Bogdashina. This extraordinary woman enjoys an unparalleled international reputation in the field of sensory integration disorders.
We have released our Day Programme for Autech//2015. Full details can be found below or you can download a handy PDF here. 8.30 Registration, refreshments and marketplace and networking 9.15 – 9.40 Welcome by the chairs Robin Bush, Chief Executive Officer, Wirral Autistic Society Robyn Steward, Specialist Asperger’s consultant and author Kaspar [...]
Wirral Austistic Society have launched a movie which details their passion about how technology can revolutionise the lives of people with autism and where professionals, carers and people with autism can find out about the latest developments at an exciting one day conference.