Las Vegas, NV – April 2nd, 2012 – Zac Browser, an award winning browser for children with autism, will now have a sister software to assist people with autism: Zac Picto. The creators of the award winning browser, Zac Browser, are launching the new software on April 2nd, which is World Autism Day.
Zac Picto is an all-in-one solution based on a pictogram system. The software has been created in a way that helps parents, professionals and caregivers working around a child with autism by giving them a more manageable way to track progress. Additionally, the system brings a visual organizer and serves as a teaching assistant; all of which is built around an important social network.
PeopleCD is the creator of Zac Browser and Zac Picto. Zac Picto has been a work in progress for some time. Its creators were determined to offer a viable solution to bring a product to the market that would give added value to those who have autism, as well as their network of support. “We have spent more than 18 months creating a unique solution to empower people with autism for a lifetime,” says John LeSieur, President and CEO of PeopleCD. John is also the grandfather of someone who is on the autism spectrum.
Zac Picto will be available to the public on April 2nd. The software is compatible with PC, Mac, and Linux and is also offered free of charge to the public.
In July, the software will be available in Spanish, thanks to the collaboration of Fundación Orange.
For more information on the software and to keep updated with the countdown of the launch, visit www.zacpicto.com.
About People CD Inc.
People CD’s mission is to create innovative technology to reorganize world information and adapt it to the end user.