App helps in quick diagnosis of developmental disorders
September 28, 2016
An app called 'My Child' helps parents diagnose developmental disorders in their children in just 45 seconds.
The developer is Harsh Songra who developed the app at the age of 18 years.
Harsh grew up with a disorder called dyspraxia, which affected his motor and thinking abilities.
He was told to attend a school for people with disabilities as his school failed to understand that there were differences in the nature of disabilities.
Harsh realized the problems faced by parents whose children faced developmental issues and turned it into a business opportunity.
My Child identifies developmental, neurological, motor and speech impairment related issues in a child, through a questionnaire. It asks parents to answer yes and no to questions and gives results in 45 seconds. It can be used for children between the ages of 2 and 11 years.
Harsh's app is available on Google Play and has been downloaded in over 100 countries.
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