The benefit of using toys and robots to help teach social skills is that the toy can be programmed to respond consistently. Consistent responses help children to learn the correct behaviors more quickly. The soft, tactile nature of Auti could be appealing to some children with autism and encourage them to interact with Auti. Another good point about Auti is that it responds to touch as well as speech, so children without speech could still interact with Auti and potentially learn.
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- Holly Robinson Peete Opens Up on Autism Live About Motherhood, the Teen Years and the Future of Autism
- CARD to Host Free Colorado Conference to Provide Treatment Solutions to Families Affected by Autism
- CARD Partners with AutismUp to Help Rochester Parents Gain Access to Autism Insurance Coverage
- Dr. Doreen Granpeesheh Testifies For California Autism Insurance Mandate