San Diego, CA (PRWEB) October 31, 2012
Early childhood professionals attending the 2012 NAEYC Annual Conference & Expo, who are looking for interactive education for autism programs, will want to visit The Social Express™.
The Social Express is a peer-reviewed program that recently won the coveted Software Information and Industry Association (SIIA) Innovation Incubator Award in Tech Ed. The program provides social skills education for children on the autism spectrum and has been featured on news programs in major markets as well as growing coverage on the web. The Social Express will be located in Booth 2350.
Jon Cornick, President, said, “Early childhood learning is an important focus for our company. It’s been reported that 80 percent of children enter kindergarten with social learning issues.”
Cornick continued, “We often hear from school teachers that, when they use The Social Express in their classrooms, students respond positively to the content and are more respectful to their fellow peers.”
The Social Express joins leading practitioners at the annual National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) event. This event is being held at Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta from November 7-10, 2012.
In its initial phase, The Social Express is a 16-lesson interactive video-modeling social skills learning and education for autism program. Parents, professionals, and educators of special needs children like the high-quality, Hollywood-style animation that holds their attention without over stimulation and the scenes that reinforce the best choices for kids to make in social situations. Learn more about The Social Express by visiting: thesocialexpress.com Twitter: @TheSocialExpres
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 skills software and learning management systems. The company’s mission is to help special needs children with social-emotional deficits to improve their lives. The company’s video modeling social skills learning programs help children with ADHD, Autism, Asperger’s, and related disorders to improve their interactions with others. Visit the company at http://thesocialexpress.com/