November 3, 2011 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- Smurks is an iPhone/iPad app that lets a little face show emotions. It is helping those who have difficulty communicating their feelings due to their disabilities.
The yellow-orange face was created by a cartoonist whose goal was to designed a simple symbol of texting emotions for the general public. It has become a great therapy tool for children and adults with autism spectrum disorder and other emotional challenges.
Launched earlier this year, Smurks enabled users to move a face to express their feelings via text, e-mail, Facebook and Twitter.
Friday, November 4, 2011
Smurks App (Autism)
New 'Smurks' app helps people with disabilities express their emotions | abc7chicago.com
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