Boston woman enlists help of city officials to create iPhone app

04/20/2010 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

The staff of Boston Mayor Thomas Menino and Marie Duggan, a city resident whose son has autism, are teaming up to improve the lives of people with the disorder through a new iPhone application they are working to get developed. Duggan is proposing the application as a replacement for multiple devices her 19-year-old son uses to communicate with others, and she has enlisted the help of the mayor and his staff in making technology-industry contacts to help further her cause.

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