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    Posted August 6, 2014 by
    San Francisco, California
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    San Francisco - The innovative app development company GraceSigns announced the release of the newly updated app series Sign Me A Story on iTunes. Children with Down Syndrome are featured as the signing demonstrators and are the virtual spokespeople for the company. GraceSigns, with the generous assistance of a San Francisco law firm is converting to a 501(c)(3) as it continues to create educational apps that teach reading and sign language through story and video. GraceSigns is proud to be cutting edge and providing the first and only technological avenue for kids with special needs to be the teachers. Reviewers praise the animated, interactive and engaging app series. "Kids love learning from kids," says founder Valerie Carter, "And kids with special needs are like any other kids. They want to communicate. Sign language can help make that happen."

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