With New App, Adults with Special Needs Can Now Make Friends

22-year-old brother of Juliana Fetherman has ADHD and autism and due to his inability to make friends, he…
With New App, Adults with Special Needs Can Now Make Friends

22-year-old brother of Juliana Fetherman has ADHD and autism and due to his inability to make friends, he has been very lonely. Michael lacks the required social skills to meet with and have discussions with new people and for a very long time, it has really bothered his sister. This is why she created a new app to solve this problem.

KING 5 news revealed that this new app, which is called Making Authentic Friendships, can connect people above 13 years of age who require special needs to help them make friends based on diagnosis, age, geographic location, and interest and geographic location.

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The app, can work on both iOS and Android devices, and is now serving all 50 states and 45 countries.

Juliana, who bagged an MBA at a Connecticut university of recent, reveals her pledge to dedicate her life to “bettering the lives with those with autism and other special needs.”

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