A social network for teens on the autism spectrum
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It was just a few months ago that we covered Auti, a toy designed to help autistic children learn how to better interact with others, and recently we came across another innovation with a similar goal. Squag is a social application customized for teenagers and tweens on the autism spectrum to help them connect with their parents and with one another. Parents begin by registering with Canadian Squag and setting up their child's home page — called a “Squagpad”— on the ad-free and self-contained network. On this homepage, which is designed to have the appearance of a virtual room, they…
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