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Superplus Kicks Off Autism Awareness Month with Special Offer

Tromsø, Norway. (March 24, 2016) – To kick off Autism Awareness Month in April, Superplus is offering SuperSpeak – an app that facilitates communication between kids with special needs and their parents, caregivers and therapists – at a discounted price to celebrate being named Best Special Needs Solution in the EdTech Digest Awards and to thank those who work to improve the lives of children with special needs.In celebration, Superplus is offering to double any subscription purchased now through the end of April 2016. Customers can get up to a two-year subscription to SuperSpeak at the price of one year ($99.99). The award-winning augmented and alternative communications (AAC) application can be downloaded from the iTunes store.
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Tromsø, Norway. (March 24, 2016) – To kick off Autism Awareness Month in April, Superplus is offering SuperSpeak – an app that facilitates communication between kids with special needs and their parents, caregivers and therapists – at a discounted price to celebrate being named Best Special Needs Solution in the EdTech Digest Awards and to thank those who work to improve the lives of children with special needs.

In celebration, Superplus is offering to double any subscription purchased now through the end of April 2016. Customers can get up to a two-year subscription to SuperSpeak at the price of one year ($99.99). The award-winning augmented and alternative communications (AAC) application can be downloaded from the iTunes store.

“We’re honored that SuperSpeak was recognized as a top special needs solution and innovative communication tool,” said Katrine Gulstad Pederson, a special-education teacher, and co-founder and CEO of Superplus. “The key to developing an award-winning and effective AAC tool is our passion to empower children with special needs to succeed, and we want to offer that success to families during Autism Awareness Month.”

SuperSpeak is an innovative, playful AAC that is intuitive and easy to use for children, parents and special needs providers alike. The app provides cloud-based user profiles and data. Track your child’s progress with our in app date displays. More than just an AAC tool, the app offers Play mode, where children grow their vocabulary through engaging visual vocabulary lessons, earn points and unlock fun, personalized rewards.

EdTech Digest, an online publication serving the education community, recently selected SuperSpeak as the Best Special Needs Solution. The awards program is in its sixth year and honors outstanding contributions to people and companies working to transform education through technology for all learners. All entries undergo thorough evaluation from a panel of educators, entrepreneurs, journalists and technology professionals who are leaders in their respective fields.

To celebrate Autism Awareness Month and the special pricing that ends on April 30, 2016, download SuperSpeak here. For more information on Superplus, visit http://superpl.us/.

About Superplus
Superplus improves the lives of children with special needs through augmented and alternative communications tools. The app SuperSpeak facilitates communication between children with special needs and their parents, caregivers and therapists. The SuperSpeak Play mode enables children to grow their communication skills through visual vocabulary games with personalized rewards. Superplus uses gaming world strategies, clinical research and practical teaching to provide a new way for children with special needs to gain confidence and master their everyday challenges. For more information, visit www.superpl.us.

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