Calming Sensory LED Light Projector from Noa Store

I have been looking for different types of calming lights.  These can be useful for individuals with autism, ADHD, anxiety, insomnia, and more.  One affordable option I’ve stumbled upon is the Noa Store Calming Autism Sensory LED Projector Light. According to its description on Amazon, it projects relaxing water waves on the ceiling for a […]

TalkTyper Online Dictation Tool

Looking for a simple speech-to-text tool for your computer?  Check out the TalkTyper Online Dictation Tool.  TalkTyper is a free speech-to-text dictation software in a browser. Here’s some background on the browser tool: “TalkTyper first became possible when Google introduced speech input in version 11 of its Chrome browser. The speech input is somewhat revolutionary. Prior […]

Meal Lifter

Several individuals have a hard time feeding themselves due to arthritis, muscular dystrophy, and more.  The Meal Lifter is a low-tech piece of assistive technology designed to make meals more easily accessible for said individuals! According to their website, “The Meal Lifter raises any ordinary dinner plate several inches (9 inches) above the table surface, […]

AM354 – SpeechBlubs

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSpeechBlubs: Hey 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! Looking for a fun, interactive speech therapy app for children.  The Speech Blubs app comes with […]

MeMinder App

Individuals with autism, traumatic brain injury (TBI) or people with early to mid-stage dementia may benefit from talking pictures to-do lists and video-modeling tools.  MeMinder is an app that utilizes these tools to help individuals learn how to perform tasks at home, work, or school. The app works “seamlessly with their BEAM Cloud service.”  This […]