Jenny McCarthy and Jim Carrey aren't the only ones advocating for families affected by autism. John LeSieur noticed his six-year-old grandson, Zac had a hard time navigating the web with all its sights and sounds and decided to lessen the autistic child's hardship. He designed the Zac Browser, a free software that according to the Associated Press, "essentially takes over the computer and reduces the controls available" making it easier for a child with the developmental disorder to focus. It is available to anyone and can run directly from the website or be downloaded.
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