Jan 19, 2016
After our wonderful talk on autism and technology by Sue Fletcher-Watson, we decided to use the tools in our arsenal and handover the 10 Questions this week to our regular Heather Pentler. Heather works with adults with autism, so it seemed logical to have somebody who knows what they're talking about to interview Sue.
Sue Fletcher Watson holds the post of Chancellor’s Fellow at the University of Edinburgh. She is an associate of the Patrick Wild Centre for research into autism, fragile X syndrome and intellectual disabilities and of The Salvesen Mindroom Centre to understand and resolve learning difficulties. Sue is interested in the application of psychological research methods to questions with clinical, educational and societal impact. Sue’s current work focuses on: intervention for children with autism, especially using technology; outcome measurement for early intervention studies; longitudinal follow-up of at-risk groups especially infants born preterm.