Birdhouse for Autism Technology Acquired by Track & Share

By Amanda Lewan on August 28th, 2017 / Comments

What started as a simple tool for caring for a loved one with Autism, has grown into a community of support and a successful company.

The technology startup Birdhouse for Autism was founded by parents Ben Chutz and Dani Gillman to offer more visibility and easier tracking tools for care of a child with Autism. We covered the metro Detroit based tech company back in 2013 when they first launched and are excited to see their official announcement of acquisition today.

When first launching the technology, the founders and parents of a child with Autism were seeking ways to build a digital, searchable journal that would keep “information organized and acceessible, so parents and caregivers can gain instights into their children they otherwise wouldn’t have and can see what’s relaly working.” The company grew it’s user base and support over the years.

The company was recently acquired by Track and Share, a health technology company based in Burlington, Vermont. All users will transition over to the new company. Read the official announcement details here. 

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Amanda Lewan

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