With Face-to-Face Interaction on Pause, Videoconferencing Offers Effective Behavioral Intervention Programs For Those With ASD

Tuesday, July 14, 2020

An article about research led by Katerina Ford, a doctoral student in education with an emphasis in special education, disability and risk studies. The study conveys the importance of remote accessibility to behavior facilitating programs, establishing the effectiveness of videoconferencing as a way to implement remote intervention programs for individuals with autism spectrum disorder.

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