The Five Fish Foundation (FFF), headquartered in Mount Pleasant, SC, is excited to announce our Technology Partnership with Lowcountry Autism Foundation (LAF) to provide LAF the IDKonnects.com app that serves up ID resources in a quick, easy, seamless, interactive, and visual immediately meaningful way.
The IDKonnects.com app is a part of the FFF’s AbilityTech Accelerator program promoting software that helps people and families with intellectual disabilities. FFF will provide data and technology engineering for Intellectual Disability (ID) resources within the Lowcountry area of South Carolina in the IDKonnects.com app. LAF serves over 2,300 families throughout the Lowcountry, and this partnership is saving LAF countless hours of research and allowing LAF to serve more families faster.
“On behalf of everyone at FFF working on this vital product, especially Mindy Allen, Family and Community Liaison of Five Fish and Project Lead of ID Konnects, we are thankful to be able to help LAF. We are committed to helping our community and we are proud to do this work,” Lisa L. Leask, Chairwoman and Founder of the Five Fish Foundation. “Data is everywhere. It does not mean that it’s useful. We are working hard to make it useful, meaningful, and relevant.”
The LAF is committed to enhancing the lives of individuals with autism spectrum disorder and their families through individually designed programming, advocacy, and awareness efforts.
“IDKonnects has been so helpful for our Family Support Services Team. We now have access to so many more resources to assist our families in need,” said Kat Bodkin, LAF Executive Director. “We are thankful to have Five Fish Foundation launching this initiative and software for our autism community.”
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