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Magnusmode was founded on the belief that those living with autism should live in a world of inclusion and access.

That was the main theme of Nadia Hamilton’s pitch at the 43North finals in October 2018.

“These are your neighbors,” she said on stage in front of 3,000 onlookers. ” It’s time to band together and create a welcoming world.”

Now, the 22,000 people living with autism in WNY have access to tools that will help them with their appointments at Oishei Childen’s Hospital.

Magnusmode and Oishei Children’s Hospital have partnered together to make MagnusCards available for all patients of the Oishei Children’s Hospital Autism Spectrum Disorder Center.

“This app was designed with our patient’s needs in mind,” said Alegra Jaros, President of the John R. Oishei Children’s Hospital.

MagnusCards are available in the App Store and Google Play. Watch a recap of this exciting partnership below:

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