Young Girl’s Sibling with Autism Inspires Her to Create App

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Eashana Subramanian, a 12-year-old young girl, created AutBuddy, an app for people with autism. She was inspired by her younger sister, Meghana, who often needs assistance in maintaining her routine. AutBuddy, which won the 2016 Verizon App Challenge, helps children on the autism spectrum maintain a routine at home and in school. Learn more about the app.

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