Temple Grandin Eustacia Cutler Autism Fund

The Temple Grandin
and Eustacia Cutler Autism Fund

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“A strong family is the linchpin that keeps a person on the spectrum from slipping off course.   Family care for that person can be a lifetime task—in early years for parents, in later years for siblings.”   


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Webinar: Conversation with Dr McMahon: Augmented Reality A Great Teaching Tool

The first of a three part series on using Assistive Technology for individuals with disabilities.

Part 1. Eustacia Cutler, author of “A Thorn in My Pocket” the story of raising Temple Grandin, and Dr. Don McMahon, Assistant Professor Special Education, will discuss using augmented reality devices in the classroom. Dr. McMahon conducts research at the WSU Assistive Technology Research and Development Lab which explores how mobile and wearable technologies can support students with disabilities in academic and functional tasks.