Tracy Smyth▸ Task 1: Introducing DTs

This article possibly paves the way for helping students with special needs in mainstream classes. It is becoming more and more common that we have special needs students in mainstream classes and I am not surprised that robots could help children with autism. My question would be, who pays for this? Is this something that could be available through NDIS funding or would it be down to the parents or the school?
How robots are helping children with autism | Life and style | The Guardian

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