Metro News Ottawa – New app helps autistic kids decode facial expressions- February 24th 2014

A smile might be a simple way to communicate, but it can be confusing to a child with autism or Asperger Syndrome.

Zeely Adventures is a new app geared to help kids with similar learning disabilities interpret facial expressions. Games with colourful characters teach youth under 10 how to decode frowns and tears and are more fun than therapy, says Natasha D’Souza, the app’s developer.

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