VR Headsets Help Autistic Children Navigate the Everyday World
An English school uses VR headsets to help autistic children who are non-verbal navigate situations like visiting a shopping mall or getting on the plane. The headsets can also be used to help children enjoy experiences like deep-sea diving or skiing.
After England lost the Euro 2020 finals the black England players were subjected to racism and the mural of English star Marcus Rashford was destroyed. However, the good news is that the community came together to support them and a crowdfunding campaign was started to repair the mural.Click the link to find out more: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-manchester-57824639
Public debate over evidence regarding the complexity of the social
and subsistence practices of our First Nations Peoples in the book Dark Emu is
most disturbing – and disrespectful. The rush to create a new narrative and
teachings on the lifestyle of our First Nations Peoples is getting ahead of well-researched
and tested premises.
Given there are hundreds of individual ‘nations’ who evolved from
our county’s first inhabitants, it is reasonable to postulate that there were many
and varied social and subsistence practices over time and space, as was the
case in other cultural groups across the world.