US teen develops app to help his disabled sister talk – BBC News

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    Della has a rare genetic condition called Bainbridge-Ropers Syndrome which affects her ability to speak.

    Her brother, Archer, wanted to help his sister communicate – and didn’t think it was fair to rely on expensive communication apps.

    Aged just 16, Archer decided to develop one himself, for free and accessible to all.

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