Inspired by the Amazon Dash button, this startup is using tech to help special needs students

This post( was originally published on this site(<figure aria-describedby="caption-attachment-519148" class="wp-caption aligncenter">Inspired by the Amazon Dash Button, mytaptrack uses a WiFi-enabled clicking device to track student behavior. (mytaptrack Photo)</figure>

Nikody Keating( launched mytaptrack( because his first-grade son needed help.

Keating’s son has autism and their family and educators were trying to figure out how to effectively meet his needs.