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Researcher with Autism examining ASD and Quality of Life

Discussion in 'Autism Spectrum News, Events and Research' started by Veronica VanCleave-Hunt, Apr 27, 2018.

  1. Veronica VanCleave-Hunt

    Veronica VanCleave-Hunt Member

    Mar 26, 2018
  2. Streetwise

    Streetwise very cautious contributor V.I.P Member

    Dec 6, 2016
    it made me think of the documentary 'the big life fix'commissioned by the BBC ,I will never forget seeing a young woman !!!!with Parkinson's disease , finally stop tremoring and a man with motor neurone disease who had his voice recorded- which had been taken from old video tapes and made into phrases or words so he could talk with his actual voice
    !his first word was f**k off as he wanted to spend time with his wife -obviously talking!
    The problem is it's always expensive as it takes a CPU or tablet to deliver the service .
    cheap tablets arent reliable and the services always seem to be geared toward children !!!!!.
    I just looked at an Apple Pencil it was £89!!!!!!!!!!it might of been 1 billion
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