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Every App Has A Story: Predictable

 

 

 

 

 

 

Therapy Box – Predictable

Several years ago, Rebecca Bright was looking for an augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) device to help her grandmother, who had motor neurone disease (also known as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis/ALS or Lou Gehrig’s disease). Bright wanted a device that was affordable, easy to [...]

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Every App Has A Story: Child Silence Timer and Clockwork Puzzle

 

 

 

 

 

 

Two years ago, Naoya Sangu gave his sons an iPod Touch. “I was surprised to see how much they enjoyed playing with it,” Sangu says, noting that both of the boys have autism. “At that moment, I realized how suitable smart touch devices are for children [...]

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Every App Has A Story: LanguageBuilder Deluxe

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LanguageBuilder Deluxe

Kyle Tomson found himself in a difficult position in 2009. In a situation experienced by so many Americans, his job was eliminated in the turmoil of the Great Recession. And his field –automation– was shrinking so there was little prospect for immediate employment. Tomson [...]

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Every App Has A Story: FindMe (Autism)

“When children look at objects instead of looking at people or listening to voices, they may not learn social skills or language appropriately.”

— Sue Fletcher-Watson, a professor at the University of Edinburgh

 

FindMe (Autism)

Dr. Sue Fletcher-Watson, a professor at the University [...]

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Every App Has A Story: Math Evolve

Adam Coccari grew up playing video games. Little did he know that years of playing — and even dreaming up his own game concepts and sketching characters — would lead him to create one of the most popular educational math games for middle schoolers!

 

Why Did You Develop Math Evolve?

Adam Coccari: I began [...]

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