App aims to help individuals with autism recognize facial expressions

12/10/2012 | Cincinnati Enquirer, The

The Training Faces mobile application -- developed by the mother of a son with autism -- seeks to help individuals with disabilities learn to recognize emotions in facial expressions through a traveling game. "It helps them answer the question, 'Why are they happy or why are they sad?'" Training Faces creator Therese Wantuch said.

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