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Institute and University use Robots to Work With Autistic Children

Doctor Joshua Diehl came from Notre Dame today to observe the work the students have been doing with the robots at the Barber Institute.
A collaboration between the Barber National Institute and the University of Notre Dame suggests robots can help communication skills for children with autism.
Doctor Joshua Diehl came from Notre Dame today to observe the work the students have been doing with the robots at the Barber Institute.
It's all part of a study that involves technology and autistic children.
The technology allows autistic children to practice social skills like answering questions and reciprocal communication.
Since the research began, 21 children with autism have participated in the study using the robots.
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