Throughout the world, autism is on the rise. Children with autism struggle to learn social communication skills, which are crucial to emotional, vocational, social, and educational success. There are currently not enough trained professionals worldwide to address the growing population of children who need help developing communication skills. At this time, there is no cure for autism nor is there a known single cause of the condition.
InnerVoice is a highly researched communication learning app, which uses digital photographs to teach emotions, language, and social skills. By using a ground-breaking combination of facial recognition technology, AI, mobile technology, and extensive hands-on research by certified autism specialists, speech-language pathologists, and assistive technology experts, InnerVoice leverages the highly motivating mobile screens to teach people with autism how to communicate in the physical world.
|Projected Cumulative Lives Impacted||1,000,000|
|New Implemented Countries||Canada, Australia, Ireland, India, United Kingdom|
|Recruit||2 management, 7 staff therapists/assistive technology specialists|
|New Feature||Optical Character Recognition AI, Chat Bot AI, Digital Photo Animation/Facial Recognition Software for Emotional Expression, Child Voices, Emotional Prosody, Multi-Sensory Semiotics for Language Learning|
InnerVoice/iTherapy, LLC co-founders Lois Jean Brady, CEO and Matthew Guggemos, CTO are both speech-language pathologists, certified autism specialists, and assistive technology experts. The two have built a thriving therapy practice, developed a patent for Multi-Sensory Semiotics, published numerous articles, and received funding from NSF/SBIR, NewSchools Venture fund, and Microsoft. iTherapy's diverse staff of multi-lingual women and men have also played key roles in developing InnerVoice.
EXECUTIVE TEAM INCLUDES WOMEN