David Schick, CEO at Tap Systems, shows us Tap. Tap is a wearable keyboard, mouse, and controller for bluetooth enable devices that allows you to control your device with just by tapping your fingers. Click here for additional information on Tap.
Looking for a colorful, interactive map for your child or students to learn more about the USA? The Talking USA Map is a fun way to teach basic information and general knowledge about all 50 states! According to MaxiAids description, it is “the most valuable and educational interactive, touch-activated talking map” available on the market. […]
Stress balls are an ideal way to relax for individuals with and without special needs. MindWare Science Academy offers a fun way to make your very own with their Squishy Ball Lab kit! With the Squishy Ball Lab, you can mix up your own “stress-relieving squishy balls with a special slime recipe, glitter, sensory beads, […]
Many individuals with disabilities are unable to communicate with emergency personnel in times of need. Natalie Bell is a mother of five who went viral for creating an affordable solution for this potential problem. Her company, Personalised by Nat, offers Bellt Alert Covers, which are customizable seatbelt straps that simply attach to seatbelts and backpack […]
Earle Harrison from HIMS, Inc. shows us the BrailleSense Polaris and the Q Braille XL. Check it out here: Click here for more information on these products.
If you’re looking for a wearable that measures your blood pressure, check out Omron’s HeartGuide Blood Pressure Monitor. HeartGuide is the “first, clinically accurate, wearable blood pressure monitor” designed to fit your active lifestyle. Omron’s mission is “going for the zero”: We believe in a world full of healthy hearts. That’s why we’re working to […]