- Wandering is a common behavior among children with autism, affecting approximately 50 percent of families
- GTX Corp’s innovative wearable technology can give children with autism a higher level of independence without exposing them to associated risks
- Recent studies suggest that parents using tracking technology are more comfortable and less concerned about the safety of children with developmental disorders
GTX Corp (OTC: GTXO) recently announced the signing of a collaboration agreement with Autism Society of America. The aim of the partnership is to provide families and individuals aided by the society with a technical solution to enhance their safety and peace of mind, according to a company press release (http://nnw.fm/vR5L7).
Safety concerns are growing among the thousands of families that benefit from the society’s assistance, according to Autism Society of America President Scott Badesch. Wandering is one of the…
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