Canadian Healthcare Technology – Jerry Zeidenberg – July 2014

The Ontario Brain Institute (OBI) is nurturing 15 brain technology entrepreneurs from around the province, and will soon announce several more. Another of OBI’s entrepreneurs, Natasha D’Souza, also showcased her innovation at the recent Discovery conference in Toronto. D’Souza, an electrical engineer by training, has produced Zeely Adventures, a game-like software system that teaches kids with special needs how to recognize emotions in others – something that most children pick up naturally, but which kids with autism, Down’s, ADHD, fetal alcohol syndrome and other disorders must be taught.

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Canadian Healthcare Technology – Jerry Zeidenberg

 

 

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