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  • Autism Society of Indiana Blog post: Visual Supports Help Kids Communicate and Learn
    Visual Supports Help Kids Communicate and Learn - Autism Society of Indiana Visual Supports Help Kids Communicate and Learn Individuals on the spectrum frequently have pragmatic speech delays, which result in a variety of speech patterns, from speaking slowly to flattened intonation to talking at a lower or louder volume than expected, as well as other unusual patterns. Many, if not most, people with autism think in pictures. They have a hard time finding words to express their t… Read more ›
  • State and local programs support women owned businesses – Journal & Courier
    state and local programs support women owned businesses  WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — According to the most recent census data there are 162,000 women-owned businesses in the state of Indiana. That’s a little under 30 percent of Indiana’s privately owned companies, according to Elaine Bedel, president of the Indiana Economic Development Corporation. In 2012 roughly 90 percent of these businesses had only one employee, the owner. Indiana can do better, Bedel said. Part of supportin… Read more ›
  • SPEAK MODalities is hiring!
    Do you want to make a real and positive difference for families and individuals affected by autism spectrum disorders? Join SPEAK MODalities in empowering people through innovative technology.   Our company creates… Software solutions for developing speech, language, and social skills in individuals with autism and related communication disorders.   Director, Marketing and Customer Support Position Description January 1, 2017   We are… A young, but growing, t… Read more ›
  • Thesis: Experimental evaluation of an iPad-based augmentative and alternative communication program for early elementary children with severe, non-verbal autism
    Experimental evaluation of an iPad-based augmentative and alternative communication program for early elementary children with severe, non-verbal autism Ariana Azzato, Purdue University Abstract The purpose of this study was to evaluate the efficacy of a treatment package including a modified protocol of the Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS) implemented via an autism-specific iPad application. A multiple probe design (Horner & Baer, 1978) was replicated across four individuals… Read more ›
  • Finding a voice: Children with autism could benefit from Purdue-based app – Kokomo Tribune
    Finding a voice: Children with autism could benefit from Purdue-based app By Caele Pemberton Kokomo Tribune Jan 26, 2017 Research assistant Katelyn Warner, right, assists David Beaudoin with advanced language learning through the Purdue-based app, SPEAKall. (Purdue Research Foundation photo) SPEAKall, an app developed at Purdue University, aims to help children with autism or developmental disorders learn h… Read more ›

 

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