Software development work being done in Camagüey, Cuba to help students with language disabilities:
[C]omputer software has been used with excellent results on children with speech and language disorders in the “Enrique José Varona” elementary school, belonging to the special education subsystem in Camagüey.
In what once was the Research Center on Instructive Games and Computer Software, engineers are working to create an academic portal for this higher education institution and are editing didactic videos to be used within this Cuban eastern province.
We normally don’t get much news from Cuba so it’s great to see developments like this one. It also shows the power of software development to help disadvantaged children, especially in countries like Cuba.