Giving those with Autism Spectrum Disorder a voice through tech

By using an AAC app, Mark is learning to tell stories. - AZHAR MAHFOF/The Star

Mark is nine and has no functional speech, though vowel sounds are starting to emerge.

Diagnosed with apraxia – a motor disorder that affects his ability to form sounds – Mark can’t say words, which means he is non-verbal.

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