Thursday June 4, 2020

Out of this world: Cork charity’s autism app reaches 30,000 users

Social Skills for Autism app was developed by the Smarter Senses Project

24th July, 2016
Denis Collins of Shine's Smarter Senses Project Pic: John Allen

A free app developed in Ireland to help children with autism understand and improve their social interactions has reached more than 30,000 users across Ireland, Britain and the US.

The Social Skills for Autism app was developed by the Smarter Senses Project at the Shine Centre, a Cork-based charity set up in 2001 by parents of children with autism.

The charity developed the app in collaboration with Bon Secours Hospital and Doodle Creative, a graphic design and...

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