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KultureCity

• 1 in 5 individuals have sensory issues, with those on the autism spectrum being the biggest group
• 1 in 32 people have autism, it was previously 1 in 68
• This app aims to help 20% of the population in the USA
• The first sensory inclusive app in the world
• Captures all the KultureCity trained sensory inclusive locations in the world starting with the USA
• The app provides real world resource help in the form of videos
• Has useful chat functions so people can chat with one another and become part of a community without fear of trolling and judgement
• People can also use it to apply for our services like lifeBOKS and tablets
• The Facebook of the sensory and disability community
• Allows those with disabilities to post content and become content creators on our app
• Provide jobs using an affiliate program

Editor's Note

You can download apk file of the KultureCity from this page. We provide you all the applications with their last update and trying to keep them up to date. Also you can see the App Info section down below of this description. The version of KultureCity is 2.0.0. You need to have Android 19 and above to install the apk. KultureCity made by KultureCity very nicely and works pretty efficient with smart devices. After you download the application to your device, it has the most easiest way to install.

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Comments

Kristoffer Carter IV

Kulturecity is the best resource in the country in helping autism. I love Dr. Maha and Dr. Kong-Maha, and their dedication to this!!!!!!

Esperanza Gerlach

An autism parent's resource! This app provides information about locations \nto visit that are sensory friendly. I wish there were local locations for \nme to access. While it's not the app's fault, I don't have any locations \nwithin 150 miles. I also like the chat features that allows you to connect \nwith others. I hope this app helps connect autism parent's with resources. \nIt can be very isolating being an autism parent!

Miss Betty Upton

As the mother to 2 boys with autism this app is incredibly useful. There \nare multiple resources to answer questions to almost anything you are \nlooking for, Autism related. My favorite feature is the chat. It is great \nto be able to connect with other parents or caregivers who understand you \nand any ordeals you might be going through. Having that support means so \nmuch. I really like knowing at the click of a tab where there are sensory \nfriendly venues that I can take my boys too. Although the nearest one to me \nis over 600 miles away I look forward to the day I can click and be shown \nmany in my area and with Kulturecity behind this movement I know it won't \nbe long before that is a reality.

Lacey Luettgen

As a mom of two children with AS and in a small rural town I felt lost and alone in being the voice for my children. I felt like no one understood. This app has great tips theres even a place to chat with other parents. I am so thankful for this app and community.

Buck Walter

I've always loved everything KultureCity has done for the autism community and I was so excited for this app to launch. It's great to have an app that can show sensory inclusive locations, resources, and chat with others who can relate to you all in one app. Thank you KC!

Breana Greenfelder

Great app! Love the fact I can chat with other parents! Can see where there are sensory inclusive places around just to bad the closest is almost 300 miles away!

Alejandra Boyle

This app is great for anyone with or has children with sensory issues. It helps find places where you don't have to worry about being judged because they understand.

Grover Zulauf

This is a informative app for the autism community. It not only highlights \nthe areas that r sensory friendly but also the areas that are sorely in \nneed. Time to start campaigning for one in my area

Ray Spencer

I had better expectations. There are no places any where near me and all the info is stuff I already knew. I expected maybe events near by, places to visit near by, information for IEPs like services to ask for and rights resources like agencies that provide advocates. It is informative for newbies but not me.

Prof. Minnie Kuhlman

This app is everything we have needed in our autism community . Education and support are two key factors in being a quality parent to those with autism. Thank you to everyone at KultureCity for finding one more way to support our community.