Category: Autism

ECLAT.TECH Proud to support Sean’s Run for ARROAutism – 2016

Stretch of Columbia River Dike - Sean's Run for ARROAutism 2016

On Saturday, August 20th, ECLAT.TECH will once again be on site for the annual Sean’s Run for ARROAutism. The annual event, largely a 5K/10K walk/run raises money for families in Multnomah, Washington and Clackamas families during the holidays. How Sean’s Run Helps Oregon Families Until this year, most families in Oregon did not have access …

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An Evening for Autism 2014

An Evening for Autism with performer Tyrone Wells

Join us for an evening of Music, Wine and Hors d’ouevres, Silent Auction and Wine Raffle.

Autism, Fine Motor Skills, Art, and the Power of Undo

ECLATT Wacom Intuos Connected to Windows 7 Laptop

The power of Technology as an aide for Art If you’ve ever had anything to do with art, you know the frustration of making a mistake. Those talented few whom we call artists, can take a mistake, and make something of us. The rest of us gnash our teeth in frustration. For some with Autism, …

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Humanoid Robot Helps Train Children with Autism | News | Scientific Computing

You may find it surprising that something as complicated as a robot could be an asset for helping children to develop Social Interaction Skills. And yet, as reported in this Scientific Computing article “Humanoid Robot Helps Train Children with Autism | News | Scientific Computing,” that is exactly what is being developed by a team …

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A Tribute to Lois Black, Ph.D.

Lois M Black, Ph.D - Remembered Forever

One year ago today, the world lost a treasure of incalculable value. She was a woman ahead of her time, an academic who lead with her heart, an author, a scientist, a friend, a wife, a mother, and an amazing human being. I’ve spent considerable time pondering this post. Truly nothing I can ever write, …

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Certainty and Uncertainty of Autism in Oregon and SB1568

Today, February 10th, 2012, Senate Bill 1568 will be discussed at the Senate Health Care Committee hearing. It may proceed to a workshop, it may be voted out of committee and on to its next legislative step, or it may be rejected outright; the outcome is uncertain. Some things, however, are certain. It is certain, …

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