The World’s Only Web Browser for Children with Autism, Zac Browser, Launches New Version
The interactive browser is designed to stimulate social and communication skills for children with autism
United for Autism officially announces the release of its latest version of Zac Browser, a free web browser specifically designed for children and teenagers with autism.
Chief executive officer John LeSieur, who has been featured on AP, BBC London, CNN, the New York Times and PC Magazine, explains how it can be difficult to concentrate and navigate through the internet’s myriad of sites and sounds, especially for children on the autism spectrum.
First launched in 2009, Zac Browser was an instant success among families with children with autism, with more than 6 million users worldwide. Its simplified web and control panel allows children with autism to familiarize themselves with the internet and its tools in a protected environment. This includes the removal of large parts of the web in favor of kid-friendly sites aimed at children with autism, as well as popular children’s programs and games, such as Sesame Street and PBS Kids.
Zac Browser latest version has been redesigned and rebuilt with the most powerful and secure technology available. The cutting-edge design and its new features ensure a positive and personalized experience that stimulate children with autism through entertaining and interactive material. The variety of content ensures that there is something of interest for every child. This includes a wide selection of:
- Friendly music videos to sing-along to.
- Educational games for children and teenagers.
“In a climate where children learn to use the computer from a very young age, it’s important to also provide children with different intellectual and communication abilities the resources they need to navigate the web and to enjoy the modern learning activities available,” says John LeSieur, CEO and President of People CD.
“Zac Browser latest version, is a safe and reliable browser to let children with autism enjoy the web in their own way while simultaneously developing their social and communication abilities,” adds Mr LeSieur.
For more information about Zac browser and its features, please contact John LeSieur
Note to editor:
People CD, Inc. is committed to playing a critical role in developing web technology for a personalized experience. As part of its ongoing commitment to building the best software and web services that keep up with the times, People CD, Inc. launched Zac Browser to provide children and teenagers with autism with the necessary skills to interact on a simplified web.