Vizzle

Visual Learning through Vizzle

The visual, interactive learning platform, Vizzle, came from the cream of the crop. Created in collaboration with special education experts at the Monarch Center for Autism as well as researchers from Boston Children’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School, it’s a top-of-the-line tool from the best in the field of inclusive education. With game-like user profiles […]

Tiimo App for ADHD, autism, and more

For many individuals with ADHD, ADD, autism, and more — they often benefit from structure in their daily lives.  Tiimo is an app that provides visual structure and support in everyday life.  “It’s a solution that combines a calendar, time management, icons, and reminders in one smart digital solution.” After downloading and setting the Tiimo […]

SANHO Dynamic Movement Sensory Sock

Individuals with sensory issues often benefit from fidgets, different lighting solutions, and products like the SANHO Dynamic Movement Sensory Sock.  The SANHO Sensory Sock is “self-calming, balancing, and increases body and spatial awareness.” The manufacturer of this product, SANHO, focuses on creating tools for sensory integration.  The product can benefit individuals with Sensory Processing Disorder […]

The Big Hug Deep Pressure Positioning Aid

Several individuals with autism, sensory processing disorder, and more often benefit from deep pressure therapy.  Deep Pressure Stimulation (DPS) is “firm but gentle squeezing, hugs, or holding that relaxes the nervous system.”  The Big Hug Deep Pressure Positioning Aid is a positioning aid designed to calm, reorganize, and redirect the energy of children and adults […]

AM327 – AutoBrush for Kids

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadHey there! Welcome to Accessibility Minute, your weekly look at Assistive Technology, those clever tools and devices designed to help people who have difficulties with vision, mobility, hearing or other special needs! Getting children to brush their teeth can be quite the hassle. It can be even harder to […]

Z-Vibe Motor Tool Aids in Speech and Sensory Difficulties

As small children learn to talk, speech errors are quite common. Learning how to say all the different sounds in words takes years to develop. However, by the age of eight, kids should be able to say all sounds in English with no major errors. Otherwise, it can be a sign of an articulation disorder. […]