At Behavior Imaging, our conviction is unwavering. We see technology not just as a tool, but as an ally – one that dismantles barriers, enabling those with autism to weave their narratives into the larger tapestry of our shared human experience. This metaverse initiative wasn’t merely a demonstration of VR’s capabilities; it was a testament to the collaborative spirit, innovative drive, and deep-rooted compassion that paves the way for transformative experiences.
But – no. There it was again. Four minutes and forty-five seconds into the video. The man quickly walked in, held his arm out, and tracing his forearm, said, “Kids, remember, cut this way for attention, and this way for results,” and then quickly walked off.’ Click HERE to read the rest of the article.
His answer may provide clues to related activities that are less immature and socially isolating. For example, how about a trip to a train museum? Or maybe ride on a commuter train or subway to a ball game, show or park.Tapping into special interests is one of the most effective ways to both connect with someone who has autism and encourage him or her to develop new abilities.
- Exploring a Neurodiverse Oasis: BI’s Metaverse Experience
- Parent Worries: Adult Son with Autism Still Obsessed with Barney
- Review: Relaxed Hours – Matthew Barney and Igshaan Adams at the Hayward Gallery, London, June 2021
- YouTube Safety and Autism
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Exploring a Neurodiverse Oasis: BI’s Metaverse Experience
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If your child watches YouTube, we as parents needs to be extra careful.
This is scary, scary stuff.
Parent Worries: Adult Son with Autism Still Obsessed with Barney
But this stuff is just too scary.
Meltdowns, sleeping troubles, extra stimming. And as every autism parent knows, it’s a mystery to figure out why.
And while my very verbal six year old can tell me if he sees something scary my nonverbal autistic son cannot. He internalizes fear and it comes out in different ways.
Review: Relaxed Hours – Matthew Barney and Igshaan Adams at the Hayward Gallery, London, June 2021
Recently, another terrifying video circulating the web is encouraging children to kill themselves.
We cordially invite each one of you to partner with us, stepping into the vast, limitless realm of emerging technologies. Let’s craft a world where every voice is heard, every talent is recognized, and every individual can flourish in their unique brilliance.
Today’s “Got Questions?” answer is from renowned autism educator Peter Gerhardt. Dr. Gerhardt, who serves on Autism Speaks’ Family Services Committee, has more than 30 years of experience supporting teens and adults with autism in educational, residential, vocational and community settings.
YouTube Safety and Autism
YouTube is aware of and trying to fix the problem, but it’s a really hard one to fix because it’s really hard to police YouTube.
Stay engaged with Behavior Imaging for more insights and updates on our metaverse exploration, as we continually strive to harness the magic of technology for the betterment of the autism community.
Thanks for your question. Your concerns and your son’s continued attachment to Barney and Thomas the Tank Engine are not at all unusual.