Ryan Comins is a graduate of Oakland University. In December 2012 Ryan received his Bachelor of Science and Business Administration with a major in marketing and a minor in English. While attending school, he was a member of the marketing honor society Alpha Mu Alpha. Ryan was diagnosed with pervasive developmental disorder (otherwise not specified autism) at age 12. Through use social media and internet radio, Ryan uses his eloquent way with words to help raise autism awareness.
Wednesday, April 4, 2012
A Useful I-Phone App
This was recently brought to my attention. There is an I-phone application currently available that may be invaluable to parents and caregivers of autistic children. Called "Autism Track," allows caregivers to record, track, and correlate autistic behavior through this app. When used properly, a caregiver would be able to determine what causes meltdowns and how to prevent them. Above all, this device would allow parents and caregivers to create the right conditions under which an individual on the autism spectrum can recognize the unique gifts associated with living with autism.
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