InnerVoice Communication App

InnerVoice Communication is a “thoroughly researched, award-winning communication app for children with autism that teaches social communication skills, using engaging animated 3-D avatars of themselves, characters, or favorite toys.”Users can choose an avatar from a library of faces, a photo of themselves, or one of their favorite characters – and watch them come to life […]

Problems with Math Problems? Get Instant Results!

Having trouble in math class? Homework frustration? What if you could get instant results and learn the step-by-step process with the touch of a button? Sounds too good to be true. Enter Photomath, the world’s smartest camera calculator and math assistant. Simply point your camera toward a math problem. Then, Photomath will show the result […]

Giving Your Brain Some Serious Playtime

Brain games. Do they really work? It’s a controversial subject with no clear-cut answers. But for those people with traumatic brain injuries (TBI), research evidence does show that play-based therapy using games is both enjoyable and improves balance and independence better than usual therapy options. After a person has suffered TBI, cognitive training for the […]

Interior Navigation Simplified: Loud Steps App

Approximately 253 million people live with some type of visual impairment. The Loud Steps app is free and provides autonomy for visually-impaired or blind people. It is the world’s most-used platform for accessibility within indoor spaces and campuses. This application also caters to people with a hearing disability due to its simple, high-contrast visual interface. […]

TAPit! Touch Accessible Platform for the Classroom

Learning in the classroom is now made easier. The TAPit platform is the Touch Accessible Platform for Interactive Technology. The first of its kind, TAPit is the first assistive, learning center using “intended touch.” And it serves each individual’s special needs. A transformative tool for therapists, it can support occupational therapy and academic goals, maximizing […]

Building an Inclusive Learning Environment

            Every year, INDATA hosts four free, full-day training sessions that offer an in-depth look at people with particular disabilities and the forms of assistive technology that can improve their everyday lives. INDATA hosted two training sessions last week with representatives from the PATINS Project and the Dyslexia Institute of […]