Device that helps parents track kids with autism
July 6, 2016
Many children with autism have a tendency to wander off and this is always a cause of concern and anxiety for parents.
To address this, Doron Somer, who is from the United States and has a 19-year-old son with autism, has created a device called AngelSense.
AngelSense allows parents to track their child through wearable devices with GPS. The device sends text alerts to parents so they know where their children are at all times. If the child is in an unsafe area, it sends alerts.
The device also allows parents to hear the sounds at the locations where their children are.
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