Although the toddler was non-verbal, he was a strong visual learner who loved using technology and Lisa Marie formed a special bond with him until he sadly passed away.
Their relationship had planted the entrepreneurial seed in Lisa Marie’s mind, however, and she began to explore the idea of less “redundant and time-consuming techniques such as laminated cards”.
“The current format involves printing a process in pictures to show the step-by-step guide to the user,” Lisa Marie told independent.ie.
“The work involved in that would be taking a picture of each part of that process, loading that up to the computer, printing that picture out and then laminating it and attaching velcro to the card. Apart from how cumbersome that approach is, there is so much that could go wrong – not least that one of the pictures in the ‘process’ could go missing. That’s what I started to question.”
Despite huge leaps in …
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