The Click-East study resulted in a few published articles – the links below go to open access versions of each paper: This reports on the design process we used to build the app, during Stage One of the project This reports on the main outcomes from the clinical trial in which we evaluated the app…
These reports provide summaries of the Click-East trial from the start, middle and end of the study. They were originally written for families taking part and for the people who helped us recruit to the trial. You can download them here:
My latest app review is a slightly different format where I’m making a direct comparison between 6 apps for roughly the same purpose. All of these allow the user to touch symbols on the screen, producing audio from the iPad, as a method of communication.
Good Morning on World Autism Awareness Day!
This blog will be pretty brief but I wanted to write a post to mark this important day for the autism community, and to mark my support by Lighting Up Blue!
Since the press coverage of our app last week, I’ve received a huge number of enquiries from parents, teachers and other people who are close to children with autism.
Another new experience for me this week – composing a press release in advance of the publication of our app on the Apple Store tomorrow (11th January 2012).
8th December 2011, 1.29pm:
I had intended to make this blog about the process of getting ethical approval for a research study: hard work and poorly understood by anyone who hasn’t done it, including me until last year!