by ADN

April 30, 2015

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Kevin Miller, CEO of LiveCode joins us on The Autism Show to share coding for autism.

LiveCode, the easy-to-learn programming language that uses English words to teach children and young adults to code. LiveCode just launched an IndieGoGo campaign in order to raise $350,000 to teach 3,000 young adults on the autism spectrum to code.

Partnering with the National Autism Society, Specialisterne, and Autism Initiatives, LiveCode will provide an extensive training program to help these young adults develop employment skills or gain self-employment in the app business.

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