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Autism app being created

29th November 2012

A new smartphone app has been created to help people with autism communicate and interact positively in stressful situations.

Created by the Hampshire Autistic Society, app developer Crimson Tide has won the contract to develop the app, which is also to be part-funded by the company along with its partner Premier Telecom. It will include an electronic version of an ‘alert card’ to provide people with autism a way to alert other people to their condition if faced with a stressful incident or situation involving the police or emergency services.


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Article Information

Title: Autism app being created
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 23270
Date Added: 29th Nov 2012



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