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Purdue-related startup develops engaging, interactive way for kids with autism to improve comprehension

Nancy Rasche, a clinical assistant professor in Purdue's Polytechnic Institute and founder of Experience Design Group, assists Adi Kakani with using Literacy Labels, the first app developed by the company to help children with autism read, understand and spell words in a more customized, engaging and rewarding way by using printable labels (Purdue Research Foundation image).

Article by Purdue Research Foundation on November 3, 2016

Purdue-related startup develops engaging, interactive way for kids with autism to improve comprehension.

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – A Purdue-based startup is developing educational mobile applications designed as instructional tools to help people with special needs learn new or difficult skills. The company's first product is an app that could help children with autism read, understand and spell words in a more customized, engaging and rewarding way by using printable labels.
Nancy Rasche, a clinical assistant professor in Purdue's Polytechnic Institute, founded the company Experience Design Group LLC, to further commercialize her technologies. The company's first product is named Literacy Labels©. ....

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