“To SQL or not to SQL, that is the Question”

Part of an ongoing blog series discussing why we made certain technology choices.By Jerome Pascua Sr. Director of Software Design, ASD.ai “If you’ve met one individual with autism, you’ve met one individual with autism.” Dr. Stephen Shore We’ve architected our software to echo this sentiment in the sense that we want each of our users to have the ability to tailor the app to the needs of an individual. So what does that mean for us and our app? Well,

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App version 1.0.4 is available now!

The newest version of Rootines, 1.0.4 is available now. So what’s in it? The big news in this release is the ‘share profile’ feature. This can be found by clicking on profiles on the bottom navigation bar.     Then click on view profile of the person you’re tracking, Within the profile itself, you will see a share feature – the same icon you see on your phone if you’re sharing a document.      When you select this button, a new screen

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Rootines in the news!

We recently chatted with the folks at North Texas Innovation, a publication that reports on startups and innovation here in Texas. Have a read! By Kevin Cummings – NTX Inno Staff WriterJuly 24, 2021, 06:00am CDT Tamera Jackson said there’s an old phrase that goes: If you meet one person on the autism spectrum, then you’ve met one person on the autism spectrum. While their care needs differ vastly, one constant is the need for consistency in their routines. Her newly launched company

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A Therapists Perspective

This Blog is part of the ‘Care Team’ series. Did you read our latest blog? An Occupational Therapist shares her thoughts on Autism A blank slate with unlimited possibilities. That’s the happy, warm feeling I get deep down inside my soul every time I have a new referral for a child on the spectrum. I see the misunderstood, the under-represented, the amazing human chomping at the bit to be seen by others, and those struggling to find a place in

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Building A Care Team

Working with a care team is instrumental in the planning, early intervention, and progress of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder. A team approach creates a better continuum of autism care for individuals. With younger children in the education system, the Planning and Placement Team works together to develop Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) or a 504 plan if the child qualifies. Private service providers and physicians often work together in conjunction with schools to develop a comprehensive approach to care. Support

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Autism in Girls

Child with autism solving a puzzle

The country and the world are increasingly tackling the difficult issues around bias – racial, gender, religious and otherwise. For the neurodiverse community, gender bias in the medical community has its own ramifications and can specifically lead to a late diagnosis of autism in girls or perhaps no diagnosis at all. While Autism as a scientific study seems to be evolving by the day, it is still represented as skewed heavily towards males. A surf around the internet and you’ll

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