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Mobile App for People With Disabilities and Their Families

FND recognizes and celebrates technological innovation. We understand the needs of our communities, and we are committed to bring information in the most accessible and convenient way to them, that’s how the “FND App” was born.

The “FND App” is a free and convenient application to download and install on your cell phone. As a committed professional or devoted family member of a person with special needs, you want to be connected to resources and information, you want to get answers and you want to keep learning in order to become the best advocate for your child or student.

As a youth you are considered a digital native. We understand your preferences, and that’s why we want to assure you have the proper access to information; which combined with other technological tools can ease the process of acquiring new concepts and reinforcing others. You are a self-advocate!

According to the Pew Research Center “Smartphone Use in 2015” research, “nearly two-thirds of Americans own a smartphone, and 19% of Americans rely to some degree on a smartphone for accessing online services and information and for staying connected to the world around.”

Our FND App intends to serve these people, as we empower the rest to keep advancing towards technology innovation. Let’s take full advantage of technology to stay connected to everything we need to know in order to be successful as educators, parents or self-advocates. 

Download the app now! It’s available for Android and IPhone.

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Eliana Tardio
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Eliana Tardio is the Outreach and Diversity Director for PEN (Parent Education Network), and the mother of Emir and Ayelén, both with Down syndrome. Named as the Best Latino Activist 2015 by Latism, and one of the most influential Mom Bloggers by Babble, Disney Inc., Eliana shares important lessons and resources while raising her two children.
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