Hacking Autism

Twilio Hackathon Kicks off!

Dozens of developers, designers and digital innovators came together at the Hacking Autism Twilio Hackathon in ... More...

Why I Hack - A Father's Perspective on Technology and Autism

This is a guest blog post from Josh Carter, Senior Support Engineer at Twilio and catalyst for the Twilio Autism Hackathon event.

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Hackathon Challenges Developers with YOUR App Ideas

 

We teamed up with AT&T to crowdsource the most empowering and helpful app ideas from the people who know autism best: you, the autism community. With the votes counted and 12 winning app ideas selected, we’re now challengin... More...

5 Things I learned at the Bing Fund Hack for Autism

This post is written by Christine Hart on the Social Media and Online Fundraising team at Autism Speaks.

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About 'I Want To Say'

We very much appreciate and greatly value the various perspectives shared through the flash blog and throughout the process of making the film, ‘I Want to Say.’ We are parti... More...

Congratulations to our Hacking Autism App Contest Winners

During the past month and a half, we have been working with AT&T to crowdsource the most empowering and helpful app ideas for the autism community.  More than 230 community members submitted their ideas through the ... More...

Go Go Games Studios Brings Gaming to ABA Therapy

This blog post was written by Alexis Hiniker, a co-founder of Go Go Games Studios. Go Go Games Studios was created by Joy Wong Daniels, Alexis Hiniker, and Heidi Williamson, who met as graduate students in Stanford University’s Learning,... More...

A Funny Thing Happened on the way to the Cauldron…

Jan Ziff has over 30 years in broadcasting - with an audience of over 120 million listeners. She creates, produces and hosts Sound*Bytes, an award winning computer radio show heard nationally and internationally on CBS News... More...

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