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Help Your Child with Autism Build Stronger Bonds through Eye Contact
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Help Your Child with Autism Build Stronger Bonds through Eye Contact

“LOOK AT ME” - No one likes to be forced to do anything, especially kids. As a parent, you know it’s difficult for your child with autism to make eye contact, which sometimes leads you to say:  “Look at me.”  As parents, caretakers, and teachers, we sometimes ...
Olley Edwards – Thoughts on ‘Look At Me’ the interactive camera app for children with autism
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Olley Edwards – Thoughts on ‘Look At Me’ the interactive camera app for children with autism

Look At Me - In December Samsung launched its Look At Me interactive camera app, 'designed to create a shared community to connect families with similar experiences. This project hopes to facilitate meaningful connections between parents, caregivers, and t...
Look At Me – My view is that we do not need this app for children with Autism
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Look At Me – My view is that we do not need this app for children with Autism

Back in December, Samsung launched ‘Look at Me’ the interactive camera app for children with autism. More can be read on their website here. We also covered this story, and again this can be read here. The Samsung website states: “[The Look at Me Project i...