We really enjoyed being a part of [the AT4ASD] study. It gave us a chance to feel like we had some input into how children with special needs might be taught in the future.
Chana-Gital Lease (Haifa, Israel)
The REMLE project has been a real eye opener into the world of technology and how research based, educational apps can significantly improve my child's language, social, and academic development. Travesty has gone above and beyond in her efforts to ensure that families feel empowered and have access to life changing technology for individuals on the autism spectrum. We are so grateful for her time, commitment, and positive spirit!
Anne McGowan (Indiana, PA)
I parlayed my experience in the Remle Project and interest in apps into a paying gig reviewing apps for Smart Apps for Kids. I now have a forum of 20,000 readers with whom to share my views on apps for autism and AAC. I'm doing trainings at school as well.
The REMLE Project is an organization committed to providing training and assistive technology to families who may not be able to access them otherwise. Travesty and The REMLE Project want to help empower people with special needs, and their families, by helping them take advantage of the many benefits that assistive technology can provide.