Augmented Reality and Autism: New Futures

New developments in augmented reality can seem extraordinary to anyone new to the field. Craig Smith, an autism educator and advocate based in Australia, writes about new possibilities for educators working with people with autism to provide new assistive technology opportunities to them. Some of his listed possibilities include providing augmented reality tools to help with: executive function, sensory issues, emotional regulation, attention focus, and even new possibilities for alternative augmented communication. 

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