Thursday, August 21, 2014

Purdue students use iPad app to give autistic kids a voice

The SPEAKall! app gives children such as Quentin a voice. Initially designed to help children with severe autism who cannot speak, SPEAKall! was launched in November on iTunes and has been downloaded about 3,300 times.

"We are looking for feedback; that is why we put it online," said Nick Schuetz, a senior in electrical and computer engineering at Purdue.

Schuetz leads the Purdue EPICS, or Engineering Projects in Community Service, team that was responsible for the technical development of the application.

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