Sprint recently launched the Neurodiversity ID pack, a bundle of mobile applications targeted at helping individuals with cognitive and neurodevelopmental disabilities such as dyslexia and dyspraxia. Specifically, the ID pack aims to improve math and reading skills, provide educational tools, and offers developmental games for children in kindergarten through 12th grade. It also provides support apps for parents.

​The Neurodiversity ID pack has 25 unique applications and weblinks that were chosen with the help of several organizations focused on disabilities that impact learning. It allows users to easily customize their Android devices based on specific needs and interests.

Sprint Develops Neurodiversity ID Pack to Help Dyslexics

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​The ID pack’s applications meet the needs of all ranges of age groups affected by learning disabilities. For example, for early learning and play, it includes the Make Sentences app, the Play and Learn Languages app, and others. For older children, it includes a two-part Middle School Confidential series app and the Audible for Android app. It also includes an app to help parents connect with other special-needs parents.

​Sprint has worked hard to develop innovative communication solutions to better serve the special-needs community. They received the QSAC 2014 Change Maker Award as well as the Disability Matters Marketplace Award.

Learn more about how Sprint is working to help those with disabilities and read more about the Neurodiversity ID pack.