People CD Inc.
CEO Seeks Schools with Special Needs for Project
Offers to Install Special Software for Students with Autism
LAS VEGAS, NV – April 18, 2012 – A CEO and grandfather offers to install specially designed software in schools that have students with autism. John LeSieur, CEO of People CD Inc. and grandfather to Zachary who is on the autism spectrum, announced the offer as a way of giving back for the success of their just recently launched Zac Picto, a software especially designed for students with autism.
The project, named Zac Connection, looks for 5 schools with students on the autism spectrum, has at least one computer in the classroom with access to the Internet and with parents willing to participate in the project. People
CD will provide them Zac Picto with full support, help setup the content and will also help connect students and parents together. Zac PIcto is a software completely free of charge for professionals and parents.
“On Autism Awareness day we have officially launched Zac Picto and already have received tons of positive feedback from parents and professionals,” said John LeSieur, People CD CEO.
To qualify for the project, schools may register at www.zacpicto.com/zac-connectio
“At a rate of 1 in every 88 children on the autism spectrum, it's time to do bold moves and empower people with autism,” added LeSieur.
More information on Zac Picto and the Zac Connection project may be seen on www.zacpicto.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
About John Lesieur and People CD
People CD Inc’s mission is to create innovative technology to reorganize world information and adapt it to the end user. John LeSieur, People CD’s President and CEO, understands the need for specially designed software for
children on the autism spectrum, being a grandfather to one, and has created Zac Browser and Zac Picto for the purpose.
For more information about People CD Inc. visit www.peoplecd.com.