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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.

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    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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