Founded in 2012, Finger Talks responds digitally to the needs of children with special educational needs, with two web applications: Immaginario and Aritmeticando.
Can technology help children with autism spectrum disorders or cognitive delay? Finger Talks answers this question with two web applications: Immaginario and Aritmeticando.
The company offers a digital answer, which is alternative and effective, to the needs of these children.
The Finger Talks speech therapists have developed two specific applications to enhance the development and growth of children and support parents and teachers in managing their needs.
Immaginario uses digitalization to enable dynamic and flexible real-time communications, improving understanding for children with autism and dyslexia. Aritmeticando, designed for pupils with specific learning disabilities, is a compensatory tool for teaching mathematics in a lively and interactive way.
Today Finger Talks is the evolution of the old tables full of images collected in cumbersome notebooks and the substitute for often expensive tools such as "digital communicators", limited to a therapeutic and less advanced use of smartphones and tablets. Cards can be created at the same time as the communication exchange and it is therefore a much more motivating tool for the child, who appreciates its importance not only for play but also for communication.
The real revolution is precisely this - exploiting the widespread use of mobile devices and their features to meet a real need. The term chosen to bring it to the Web is all in the name: Finger Talks refers, in fact, to the tactile function of the touch screen of the devices.
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