Gazefinder: New Tech to Aid ASD Diagnosis
Diagnosis is an important first step to getting the help you need. Most of the time, it can be a long and difficult process. But new technology is looking to improve the way clinicians can diagnose Autism Spectrum Disorder, ASD for short.
This tech is called Gazefinder. It was developed by a Japanese corporation who are now planning to get it approved as a medical tool to diagnose ASD in children. It sounds very promising and something our Australian clinicians would love to have.
To talk to us about Gazefinder, The Daily was joined by Dr Kistrelle Hudry, Senior Lecturer from the School of Psychology and Public Health at La Trobe University.