Brain Power’s Wearable System for Autism Goes on Tour!

This summer, we drove in an RV from our Boston headquarters around the center of the country — stopping to connect with communities like yours along our path, and to showcase a new family of apps that parents and professionals are calling a “breakthrough for autism”.

We have been overwhelmed with the response, and could not visit everywhere. We might get on the road again, at least for short tours! If your school or group would like to have an exclusive, private preview as we make our way through your region, see below for more details or sign up ASAP.

Brain Power has developed the world’s only suite of autism-related apps for Google Glass and other “heads-up” wearable computers. Our technology empowers people with autism to teach themselves lifelong social and communication skills, while giving parents frequent, numerical reports on their progress.

Video from One of our Stops (Missouri):

Our technology is based in brain science and clinical insight from Harvard, MIT, and Massachusetts General Hospital and has been featured by over 200 media outlets. The Brain Power team has won international awards, and will soon begin clinical trials at Harvard Medical School.

This project underscores an enduring thread of Brain Power’s work, namely that technology and cognitive science can alleviate human suffering and make the world a better place. — Dr. Steven Pinker, Professor, Harvard Dept. of Psychology, and Best-Selling Author

It’s time people see the potential in the autism community, and I am talking about investment and business potential. — Dr. Temple Grandin, Professor, Best-Selling Author, and Worldwide Advocate for Autism.

Brain Power CEO, Dr. Ned Sahin, has spoken in dozens of cities and countries, including at the United Nations, Autism Speaks, Harvard, Stanford, and Google. More importantly, he cares deeply about addressing the complex challenges that families touched by Autism face each day.
He would be honored to present to your group. Apply here.

What Experts are Saying:

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I think your innovative attempts to utilize technology to improve the kind and quality of interventions available to folks with ASD is great. Data collection is an integral part of monitoring progress in ASD treatment and your system lends itself to high tech data collection and monitoring methods that could be exceptionally useful.

Lisa Nowinski Clinical Neuropsychologist Harvard MGH Lurie Center June 24, 2015

What Parents & Children are Saying:

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Thank you for championing the needs of each individual and finding a way to support their continued growth in skills and learning.

Tempe, Arizona Parent June 22, 2015

Video of a School Visit

Launch Event for the EmpowerUS Tour

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