New app to find early signs of autism in children
An app on cellphones, tablets and computers can help track the eye movements of children with autism.
The app will help find if the child has early signs of autism spectrum disorder.
The research suggests early finding can help improve the symptoms and results of the disorder.
For example, the app when developed will track eye movements of a child who looks at pictures of social situations.
It will help the parents at home to understand if their child has the disorder and search for treatment options at an early stage.
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