Ohio mom creates app for autistic children...



 A Cincinnati-area mother is on a mission to help children and families across the globe break through some of the daily challenges faced by those with autism and Asperger's Syndrome. Read further to learn more about this exciting application and what it means for individuals with Autsim.

This year Therese Wantuch launched Training Faces, an application for iPads, iPhones and Android phones designed to help people like her son, Jack, with emotion recognition.
Jack, a gifted cellist, composes his own music. He has played to a packed Carnegie Hall as a student in the orchestra at Cincinnati's School for Creative and Performing Arts. And now, Jack, an autistic 21-year-old, is driving.
"It's a major milestone," said Therese Wantuch. "Some things take longer for him, but people really don't know the incredible things that these kids can do. They're talented people, who just happen to have autism.
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