First and Last Name/s of Presenters

Catherine Diane AlboFollow

Mentor/s

Dr. Amanda Moras and Dr. Mark Jareb

Participation Type

Paper Talk

Abstract

The paper aims to explore the effects of technology on communication strategies of pediatric individuals on the autism spectrum. The construct of autism spectrum disorder itself is a vast, wide spectrum, which includes aspects of autism that are under-researched. Research focuses on the different levels of functioning within the spectrum. The different levels of functioning distinguish developmental abilities, strengths, and limitations in these individuals, and how they may benefit or be disadvantaged from the use of technology. The paper analyzes the effects of technology on children on the spectrum, in addition to focusing on the effects of technology on the specific level of functioning, which will overall determine the efficacy of technology.

College and Major available

Nursing BSN

Course Name and Number, Professor Name

HN300, Prof. Jareb & Prof. Moras

Location

Digital Commons

Start Day/Time

5-5-2021 1:00 PM

End Day/Time

5-5-2021 4:00 PM

Students' Information

Catherine Diane Albo

Davis and Henley College of Nursing

Honors student

Class of 2021

Comments

Written in APA 6th edition format, for Honors Capstone in 2020

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Technology Effectiveness of Communication in ASD

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The paper aims to explore the effects of technology on communication strategies of pediatric individuals on the autism spectrum. The construct of autism spectrum disorder itself is a vast, wide spectrum, which includes aspects of autism that are under-researched. Research focuses on the different levels of functioning within the spectrum. The different levels of functioning distinguish developmental abilities, strengths, and limitations in these individuals, and how they may benefit or be disadvantaged from the use of technology. The paper analyzes the effects of technology on children on the spectrum, in addition to focusing on the effects of technology on the specific level of functioning, which will overall determine the efficacy of technology.

 

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