WinBridge WB003 Voice Amplifier

WinBridge WB003 Voice Amplifier: You’ve probably seen people using a voice amplifier when they’re giving a tour, teaching a course, or speaking at a special event.  However, did you know a voice amplifier, such as the WinBridge WB003 can also be a vital piece of assistive technology? Individuals with certain conditions, such as muscular dystrophy, may not […]

5 Apps for Speech Delays

It is estimated that approximately 10% of kindergarteners will receive a diagnosis of a speech/language delay each year.  To aid in this delay, many work with certified speech-language pathologists, but why not practice these skills outside of therapy?  The App Store offers countless apps for individuals with speech delays, but I wanted to highlight a handful […]

Toddler Talk: Language Development App

Delays in language development and communication challenges are quite common for individuals with special needs.  However, language development is essential as it “paves the strong foundation for later language, reading and writing skills.”  Toddler Talk: 1-2 Years is an app that helps you encourage your child’s language development! Toddler Talk was designed as a 10-week program.  Every […]

Language Builder from Stages App

Language Builder Picture Cards is a top-selling curriculum tool for autism.  The developers behind this tool also offer Language Builder, an app featuring six core autism educational activities.  The app is professionally designed and used by therapists, teachers, and parents to teach basic language skills to children with autism, speech-language delay or special needs. The […]

ClearView C Flex Video Magnifier

If you or a loved one are in the market for a video magnifier, it may be overwhelming deciding which one is best for your particular needs.  I’ve previously covered a couple examples of video magnifiers such as the HumanWare Prodigi and Optelec ClearView C.  Now today I have an all new, more flexible option called the Optelec ClearView C Flex! The ClearView […]

Autism Resources in Fiction and Technology

I grew up with the Baby-Sitters Club; I loved the books, the films, everything about the series.  (I can’t believe it’s already been fifteen years since the “Baby-Sitters Club” held their last meeting!)  I haven’t heard about the series for a while, but yesterday I read a headline titled: “‘Baby-Sitters Club’ author Ann M. Martin’s […]