App facilitates communication for children with autism

03/29/2012 | United Press International

Purdue University students have created the SPEAKall! iPad application designed to help children with autism communicate by choosing pictures and symbols to construct sentences. Since its debut on iTunes in November, the app has been downloaded nearly 3,300 times, said Oliver Wendt, a speech professor involved in the app's development.

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