News Release 09-162
Removing the Barriers of Autism
Children with autism use alternative keyboard to communicate with their families and their world
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The OrbiTouch keyboard.
Credit: Blue Orb
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A child with autism who struggles to communicate has been able to use the OrbiTouch to break through language barriers.
Credit: National Science Foundation/Blue Orb, Inc.