Contest! Win HandHold Adaptive's Autism Track Data Tracking App at Age of Autism!
Posted Nov 17 2010 12:00am
Our friends from HandHold Adaptive have kindly offered to give NINE Age of Autism readers a free copy of their newest app, AutismTrack. We have FIVE left! Just leave a comment here with your email address in the email line please. Good luck and thanks to Dan and RobTedesco of HandHold Adaptive, Dad and Uncle (respectively) to a child on the spectrum and practically neighbors of a certain Managing Editor.
Today is an exciting day for all of us at HandHold Adaptive®, as we're very pleased to announce the release our newest application, AutismTrackTM!
AutismTrackTM is a powerful, easy-to-use, application for tracking the daily progress of individuals on the autism spectrum. The app, which runs on the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad, helps parents and other caregivers track the therapies, diets, and other interventions which seem to bring about positive behaviors in their loved ones: * EASY TO USE: With simple "sliders" and checkboxes, it takes only seconds to enter the day's information. * CUSTOMIZABLE: Track any behavior, diet, medicine, therapy, or supplement -- choose from our list or create and track your own. * EMAILABLE AND PRINTABLE REPORTS: View your data within the app itself, or email Daily Log Screens and Trend Analysis Reports right from within the app. Share your information with doctors, therapists, or whomever you'd like! * SERVER-BASED: Your data is stored secure, password-protected server, so there's no need to worry about losing your valuable information if you lose your device! Any number of caregivers may track any number of individuals using our robustly engineered system. We hope you'll check out AutismTrackTM, and pass the word along to any individuals you feel may benefit from it. With iPrompts® on its way to becoming a new standard in picture-prompting (iPrompts® hit #1 in its category on the App Store in June!), our family-run business is extremely proud to put another powerful tool into the hands of special needs caregivers. For more information click HERE.