Social Express helps kids with social learning difficulties
The Language Express, a developer of interactive social learning software, will demonstrate its new program, The Social Express, at the 43rd annual Autism Society National Conference and Exposition on July 25-27 in San Diego.
The Social Express is a new 16-lesson social learning software program for children between the ages of five and 12 years. It uses interactive video modeling, movie quality animation, socially valid dialog, and original characters that children find engaging.
Each one of the 30 interactive scenes contains teachable moments and builds on the previous lesson. The teachable moments assist professionals and parents to reinforce social skills learning.
Children with autism, Asperger’s and ADHD enjoy and request the program. They enjoy its realistic social dialog, Hollywood-quality animation, and interactive components.
According to President Jon Cornick, “The Language Express team is excited to meet and share our social learning best practices with professionals and parents, that are coming together at the Autism Society National Conference.”
“Speech Language Professionals and parents tell us that kids ask to use The Social Express because they are motivated to work to unlock the ‘hidden social keys’ in the clubhouse,” Cornick added.
Based on feedback from both professionals and parents, The Social Express works equally well for children with different levels of social skill deficits. Children diagnosed on the autism spectrum as well as neurotypical children experiencing social learning challenges, benefit from interacting with the program in a classroom, therapy session or at home.
Social Express is available for PC, Mac and the iPad.
About The Language Express, Inc.
The Language Express, founded by parents of autistic twins in 2008, is a privately held company based in Encinitas, California. The company develops The Social Express™ and other interactive social learning software. The company’s mission is to help children with ADHD, Autism and Asperger’s to improve their lives by teaching social skills using video modeling. Visit the company at http://thesocialexpress.com/
Source: Press release