Assistive Technology

UMass Medical School's Shriver Center to serve as host institution of international assistive technology research program

UMass Medical School is one of two American universities to serve as a host institution for a European-Union-funded research program focused on developing new technologies to help individuals with autism spectrum disorders and intellectual disability.

Shriver Center researchers represent UMass Medical School at launch of new European Union research program in Autism and Intellectual Disability

The research program, ASSISTID (Assistive Technologies for people with Autism and Intellectual Disability), aims to promote research into the development and application of assistive technologies. These technologies will enhance the quality of life of people with intellectual disabilities and autism, their care providers, and families.

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