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★★★★★ - "This app helps my 4-yo learn how to read and write!" - Nansi S.

Scientifically Approached & Certified Special Education Platform


Probably the only app that can get my non verbal son to play a game appropriately. I am so impressed with the layout of this app and how quickly my son was able to understand how to use it and not get bored or frustrated.

damiansmum @AppStore


I have a 3yo autism and 1yo newborn. Life can get crazy sometimes. This app is a lifesaver around dinner time. I can give it to my 3-year old for a few minutes and he is totally engaged. He loves all the games and tells me about all the things he learns.

autismMom @AppStore


The app isn’t cheap, but deserve every quiet minute I get to myself since my kids will really play this for hours if I let them. Also, he learns through it. Thank you guys for the peace of mind for parents. P.s. the emotions and video games are the kids' favorites :)

seattle21 @PlayStore

"Otsimo offers special education curriculum and real-time report cards. Now I can be a part of my kid's education journey."

- Agatha P.

Autism Awareness Month

AAM is an important time of the year for us. We have the highest chances of increasing the span of our reach and help more children access special education with the ease of clicking “download”. By now we have touched the lives of 100,000 children and we are hoping to increase this number and spread the spirit.

From Our Blog

How to Help Your Nonverbal Child with Autism Speak

Many people, including the parents of children with autism thought that their children will not be likely to speak if they do not do so by the age of 4. This view has been countered with the idea that children can overcome nonverbal autism even during adolescence.

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Autism prevalence figures are growing

  • The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates autism’s prevalence as 1 in 59 children in the United States.
  • An estimated 1 out of 42 boys and 1 in 189 girls are diagnosed with autism in the United States.
  • Boys are 4.5 times more likely than girls to have autism
  • ASD is estimated to affect more than 3 million individuals in the U.S.
  • Autism is the fastest-growing serious developmental disability in the U.S.
  • Autism costs the nation over $268 billion per year, a figure expected to significantly increase in the next decade
  • Autism receives approximately 5% of the government research funding of many less prevalent childhood diseases
  • While there is no medical detection or known cure for autism, thousands of children have shown significant improvement resulting from early diagnosis and use of effective interventions