Assistive technology does not stop speech in individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder


One of the AAC aids therapists use is visual cards that the child shares to convey what he wants. - 123rf.com

One of the issues that some individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) face is that they are unable to communicate their wants, needs, and thoughts verbally.

The inability to speak has significant impact as it affects the person’s quality of life, ability to learn and interaction with others.

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