For many individuals with special needs, performing fine motor tasks such as writing or feeding oneself proves to be quite the challenge. While there are many products available to help said individuals accomplish these tasks, the Flexible Utensils appear to be more… well, flexible. Pediatric Flexible Utensils, $19.95 The Flexible Utensils are available in three different […]
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), over 3.4 million Americans aged 40 and older are legally blind or visually impaired. By 2030, that number is expected to rise to 6 million as more baby boomers develop diabetes and age-related disease. The CDC also notes that vision loss is among the top 10 causes of […]
Never lose your items again with the Tile! Our director of assistive technology here, Wade Wingler, shows us what to expect with this handy product. Check it out! To learn more, visit our blog post on The Tile App or go to www.thetileapp.com.
There are several options available for individuals with ADHD, asthma, diabetes, etc., to ensure that they are staying on track with their medications and more. And with all the smart devices on the market today, there are many apps specifically designed to aide said individuals. However, Dr. Laurence Becker, child psychologist, felt alerts on phones […]
“Ohh, the weather outside is frightful…” So doesn’t staying inside sound so delightful? As temperatures decline and snow begins to blanket the ground, many parents seek ways to keep their children entertained. Instead of reaching for that tablet computer, try engaging their senses with these holiday craft ideas! 1. Stained Glass Mittens Adorn the windows of your house […]
Josh Anderson shows us how to utilize the doc and app reader features available on ZoomText. Check it out! To learn more about ZoomText, visit the Ai Squared website.