PURDUE EXPONENT: New app to help students with special needs

New app to help students with special needs

Nancy Rasche stands with a tablet displaying her start up’s app, Literacy Labels

Article by Cody Denton on October 27, 2016

Children with autism spectrum disorder around the world are going to be able to receive alternative methods of education specialized to them, thanks to Purdue University Startups.

Nancy Rasche, a clinical assistant professor and founder of the Purdue-affiliated startup Experience Design Group, LLC, has been developing an app for more than a year that will help special needs students in the school system. The app is to help with the children’s reinforcement skills….

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