Raising a child with autism can be challenging due to struggles with verbal communication, social skills, and sensory issues. Tamara Wood, a Texas native whose 13-year-old son has autism, understands this struggle as well as anyone. That’s why she created an innovative, all-purpose app to help improve communication, organization, and behavior.
According to a report by ABC4.com, the app features visual supports from picture schedules, a 360-degree location view, and tools like reminders, games, and rewards.
“I have a lot of ideas that I’m hoping to incorporate to deal with meltdowns and your body leading up to meltdowns,” Wood said, “and it helps to automatically have something right in their face that can help teach them how to calm themselves.”
Before the app can be officially released, Wood hopes to gain support from others to prove that the app is important for the special needs community.
“Just to show that this is something important and that way whenever I am done with this face, I can go to my investors and say look,” Wood said.
Those interested in supporting the app and learning more can visit https://suite24.clickfunnels.com/optin30506516.