Dr Hannah Kirk, TALI Health’s CSO, has been invited to present at the Digital Innovation Festival. Conceived to showcase and celebrate digital excellence, DIF is an inspiring weeklong government event open to the public and catering for a diverse range of interests.
Studies show that, with the right support, children with learning disabilities have every chance of success at school. This week, the classroom was the focus for TALI Health’s Dr Hannah Kirk when she conducted a workshop on attention and learning for parents and teachers at St Joseph’s Primary School, Malvern.
TALI Health has been introduced to an appreciative international audience of researchers at the 2017 ICON Conference in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Dr Hannah Kirk is the recipient of this year’s Australian Psychological Society (APS), Thesis Award for Studies in the Psychology of Intellectual Disability and Autism.
TALI Train is currently being used by students at a Primary School in Victoria. The TALI Train program has been successfully implemented within the school day and teachers have been trained as TALI Providers. Attention is a fundamental for learning and has been shown to be a significant predictor of academic outcomes. TALI Train has […]
TALI Health is excited to announce the addition of 10 more clinics to the TALI community. The Beta version of TALI Train is currently being used in 18 clinics that specialise in child development, e.g. child psychologists, speech pathologist and occupational therapists, across Australia. Feedback from parents has been overwhelmingly positive, with improvements being reported […]
The TALI training program has once again been recognised as a prime example of a successful industry and academic collaboration.
A recent story and featured article by Melissa Marino in the Monash Magazine describes TALI as ‘An animated computer ‘game’ – backed by hard science – is helping children with learning difficulties to better concentrate in class, improving academic performance and life prospects.’ By clicking on the here you can view the full editorial on the […]
Research presented at the 2016 International Meeting for Autism Research. Posted in May 2016.
Researchers in the US are using artificial intelligence to improve the diagnosis of developmental disorders such as autism. The particular technique being used is machine learning which focuses on the development of computer programs that can teach themselves to grow and change when exposed to new information.