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The Transporters - A DVD to help children with autism and Asperger Syndrome to recognize emotions. The Transporters was developed with the Autism Research Centre at Cambridge University. It uses animated vehicles with real human faces to help children transfer learning to real life. Episodes and quizzes are designed to be enjoyed repeatedly. Children love to watch them again and again - and this helps them learn. The Transporters DVD, originally commissioned by Culture Online, part of the Department for Culture, Media and Sport, aims to help children with autism to look at the human face and to learn about emotions. The series of 15 five-minute episodes features the adventures of 8 animated mechanical vehicles with human faces.
9 Dec Description. The Transporters Home Pack includes: 15 fun five minute episodes , showing key emotions in context;. - 30 entertaining interactive quizzes to reinforce and test understanding;. - page booklet for parents, teachers and carers explaining how to get the most out of The Transporters at home. The Transporters is an animation series produced by Catalyst Pictures Ltd designed to help children with autism aged between two and eight years old recognise and understand emotions. It was developed by the Autism Research Centre at the University of Cambridge by a team led by Professor Simon Baron- Cohen and. Buy The Transporters Discover the world of emotions Autism dvd. from Amazon's Movies Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.
Professor Simon Baron-Cohen, Director of the Autism Research Centre ARC at Cambridge University and David Lammy, Culture Minister, have launched a novel animation DVD to help young children with autism. The Transporters DVD aims to help children with autism to look at the human face and learn about emotions. The British English version of The Transporters DVD is available again from www This is in PAL format so will play in Australia. The Transporters is a fun animation series designed to help children with autism and Asperger syndrome to understand and recognize emotions. It was commissioned by the.