Koule robotic ball may help children with autism
A robotic ball developed at the university of Sherbrooke could easily be mistaken for a simple toy. Researcher Tamie Salter believes it could help doctors to diagnose autism in children. CBC's Sarah Rogers met with researchers and mom Sheila Quinn, and her son Angus. Researchers also discovered the ball produced many benefits for children with autism. Now one of those researchers hopes to bring the ball to homes and schools across Quebec.
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