Everyday, parents and teachers of kids on the spectrum discover the effectiveness of computers as learning and communications aids. But Apple’s introduction of the iPod Touch, the iPhone and most recently, the iPad have kicked the development of educational and AAC software into hyper-drive. What’s coming out today is nothing short of remarkable in its ability to engage, teach skills and provide communications assistance to those with disabilities.
Meet David Niemeijer, the founder of Assistiveware – the manufacturer of Proloquo2go. Assistiveware is an Amsterdam-based software company meeting the needs of challenged individuals… especially those with autism.
For more info: www.assistiveware.com and www.proloquo2go.com
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Posted on 9/8/2010 10:14:30 AM by cevans