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Troubled Teens and iPhones
Troubled Teens and iPhones

AIR DATE: December 3, 2010

A new iPhone app developed by a Las Vegas non profit organization wants to help parents and teachers deal with troubled teens. The app is called "Destructive Issues." It's a guide to various situations and how to deal with them. We talk with the father and son who developed the app about how it works.

Eric Nidiffer, vVP, Turning Point Experience
William Nidiffer, Pres and Founder, Turning Point Experience

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