Artificial Intelligence for Education
Parent Assist Link Solutions Intros AI-Driven Early Childhood Intervention Tool
- By Kate Lucariello
Parent Assist Link Solutions has unveiled its new software to assist parents, educators, and providers with early childhood (0-5 years) intervention information and tracking. The software is driven by AI and machine learning digital bots that can work on devices such as Amazon Echo and Apple Watch.
The software is designed to alert parents and others to growth milestones and possible child development issues. The Hyperledger blockchain cloud platform is private, permissioned, and makes information accessible easily among parents and providers such as speech therapists, pediatricians, and others.
“One of the standout features of the software is its ability to track a child's progress over time, empowering parents and educators to intervene when necessary,” the company said. “The company firmly believes in the transformative potential of our software to shape the future of young children and their families.”
Some of the software’s features include:
Digital tools available via Amazon Alexa, web based chatbots and SMS messaging;
Tracking of each stage of the early intervention process and all patient information, from referral to billing and reporting;
Document signature verification and easy integration with existing systems;
Use of a FHIR API to send and receive information;
Parent Assist BlockSign feature to sign forms and waivers digitally from anywhere;
AI chatbots that support parents to learn about early intervention options; and
A billing tool that keeps track of government financial assistance.
“Drawing upon the esteemed guidelines of the AAFP and CDC, it ensures that a child's growth trajectory remains uncompromised,” the company said. “Anchored by this principle, our software enables governments to shift their healthcare investments towards prevention, potentially saving a lifetime of treatment costs (as exemplified by the IDEA act in the US).”
Parents and educators can contact the company to test the software’s capabilities firsthand and ask questions. Visit the contact page for more information.
Kate Lucariello is a former newspaper editor, EAST Lab high school teacher and college English teacher.