A team of international researchers has found that autistic children who grow up bilingual can compensate for certain basic deficits better than monolingual children.
The corona crisis is having an enormous impact on adults who have autism. This means that they are suffering from far more anxiety and depression […]
Students of today are the engineers of the future. They are facing major societal challenges in areas such as sustainability and the environment. But what […]
VIENNA, 24 November 2018 – How can technology support the social game between autistic and non-autistic children? A research team is addressing this question in […]