The AutismTalk App gives law enforcement, firefighters, and EMS personnel that extra tool needed in responding to a call or an emergency situation regarding an individual with autism.
The AutismTalk App is a Picture symbol supported communication and interactive app which allows 1st responders to be able to start communicating quickly and providing help to someone who is nonverbal that has autism or other special needs.
Every 1st responder from law-enforcement to firefighters and EMS personnel will come in contact with someone on the autism spectrum at least once in their career. By 1st responders having the AutismTalk app it will allow them to communicate quickly with someone who is nonverbal or has difficulty speaking and with 50% of individuals on the autism spectrum being non-verbal and the other 20% becoming non-verbal when they are stressed, afraid, hurt or injured the AutismTalk app is a must have for all 1st responders.
The AutismTalk app was designed by a former law-enforcement officer who also has a child on the autism spectrum.
-separate easy to use picture Communication boards and interactive categories for law enforcement, firefighters, and EMS.
-interactive body models where an individual can tap on and show a first responder exactly where they are hurt or injured.
-interactive police sketch tool where an individual can pick from different facial features (eyes, ears, nose, mouth, etc), different hairstyles, different body types and size to give law-enforcement a description of the perpetrator that hurt them.
- interactive universal pain chart
Ratings and Reviews
I purchased this app to use at work. When I went to use the app and it didn’t work.
Best app for law-enforcement and first responders
I'm so happy to know that there is an app out there! This is by far the most amazing app for first responders and law-enforcement officers.
Hello is there any way to contact someone about the app!? It opens to a godaddy page for the domain name???
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.