Oneder - E-Learning & Communication Platform For Kids with Autism

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Oneder

E-Learning & Communication Platform For Kids with Autism


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Oneder enables educators to efficiently create, download or adapt lessons and activities that are aligned to academic standards, yet optimally suited to their individual students’ unique learning needs. Real-time data collection measures progress and provides actionable insight for adjustments; leading to decision making that is data-driven, instruction that is personalized, and progress that is measurable and transparent.

Basically this app allows both parents and educators to establish optimal parameters and give necessary tools to children with autism or other mental problems so that they can learn and communicate more fluently with the rest of the world, allowing them to live a more normal life. The great thing about this platform is that it works in symmetry with standard learning lessons which allows children with special needs to progressively learn a lot of things.


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https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/oneder/id1053077869?mt=8



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Great app and tool for parents to raise kids with autism properly. Many times due to no previous interaction with people suffering for mental illness, parents can be confused. Add to that social stigma and pressure in less educated societies. Great app.

One of the best wonders of technology is to cater to people with special needs specially children. This Onederwill greatly help not only the children with autism but also their parents or caretakers. Convenience on both sides.

I always like "Assistive" things like this one. Children with autism problems have special needs, and we as "normal" people must give them.

These technologies have diversified our lives and as a result, people are now able to learn very easily through various devices and they themselves can be self-educated so that the people have gone a long way and...

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