Colors program uses Touch Screen and Animation technology to provide IEP

Shanesh Colors Program is an innovative way to deliver extended evidence-based therapy like Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). This intervention program is specially designed for special needs education and children with learning disabilities or individuals with autism or autism spectrum disorder. Our well tested technology extend the same ABA based therapy from the classroom or therapy centers to the homes for the children with learning disabilities, Autism or any other special needs.

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New Tracking Technology for Autistic Kids

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The new program for the help of autistic kids has been launched on Tuesday by the Nova Scotia government. The President of the Board of the Autism Society of Canada, Michael Lewis said that a GPS-based tracking technology for searching people who are unresponsive to verbal calls and other signals will be used by the Project Lifesaver, which will help saving people.

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New iPhone app, MyVoice, helps Autism and Stroke Patients

A new iPhone app that will help people with autism or who are recovering from strokes has been developed in Canada.

The creator and lead researcher at the University of Toronto, Alexander Levy, says MyVoice, which says words when the iPhone screen is tapped, is advanced for a couple of reasons.

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(Story from CBC News)

iPads Come to Aid of Autistic, Speech Students

Apple’s iPad will be the newest technology that helps students with autism or speech problems communicate in the Wisconsin Dells School District.
Since January, speech language pathologists in the district have been using iPads in a pilot project giving voice to students with autism or speech impediments. According to Director of Pupil Services Jerry Nicholson, by next month all four speech language pathologists in the district will have an iPad to use to help students.

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