How to scan documents in Notes app on your iPhone, iPad

If you have an iOS device, you’re probably familiar with its built-in Notes app.  I use it often to jot down shopping lists, blog ideas, and more.  You can create a new note directly in the Notes app, or you can ask Siri to start a note for you.  In addition to being able to […]

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 […]

ChatterPix App

Duck Duck Moose is a company striving “to make fun and engaging apps that encourage imagination, creativity, and learning in children.”  One of their apps is ChatterPix, which can make anything talk — pets, friends, doodles, and more! Before diving further into the app, here’s more on its developer: “Duck Duck Moose, an award-winning creator […]

2 iPad Apps from Bee Visual LLC

Josh Anderson, who is the host of our Assistive Technology Update podcast, recently interviewed Michele Walker.  Michele Walker is the owner of Bee Visual LLC.  She founded the company to help improve communication between children and their caregivers. Michele, along with world-class experts in the medical, educational, and child development fields, created two apps to […]

Sketch Tree Pro App

Do you have an artist in your household?  If you’re looking for a mobile drawing application, check out the Sketch Tree Pro App!  According to its description on the App Store, the app’s “painting and drawing function is very groundbreaking, with breakthrough watercolors and realistic brushes.”  After downloading the app, you can easily create sketches […]

Learn the Alphabet with the Starfall ABCs App!

Are you looking for an app to help teach your child the alphabet?  The Starfall ABCs app encourages a child’s learning through positive reinforcement and play. The developer of the app,, opened back in 2002 as a free public service to teach children how to read.  Here’s more about Starfall: “Since [2002] it has […]