Bob Gephart, CEO, at Monarch Teaching Technologies shows us Vizzle. Vizzle is a visual learning software for children with autism. Check it out here: Click here for additional information on Vizzle.
A handful of my colleagues recently went to Orlando, Florida for the annual ATIA (Assistive Technology Industry Association) conference. The ATIA conference is “the world’s most extensive assistive technology conference showcasing international excellence in the field.” I always love hearing all about the conference and the myriad of products and services available for individuals with […]
Pressure vests are calming tools for individuals with autism, ADHD, sensory integration disorders and more. According to SpecialNeeds.com, “Pressure vests provide proprioceptive feedback to a child with a sensory processing disorder. Proprioceptors are sensors that aid in a child’s sensation of gravity and body movement, and proper functioning of these sensors is essential for accurate […]
Has anyone ever told you that you’re on your phone too much? Have you spent a good amount of time staring at your screen when you should’ve been doing something else (e.g. studying, working, etc.)? Do you lack the motivation to simply put down your phone? If you answered yes to any of these questions, […]
Do you have a problem with your child unbuckling his or her seat belt? A possible solution to help keep your child safe is the BuckleRoo Seat Belt Guard. The BuckleRoo is a “simple little device with a great big job: keeping children safe by preventing them from releasing their seat belt while you’re driving.”To […]
Bedwetting alarms are great tools for children and adults alike who struggle with bedwetting or urine incontinence. However, many of these alarms require parents or caregivers to sleep in the same room to ensure the child or patient wakes up. The DryBuddyFLEX 3 Bedwetting Alarm is a powerful, flexible, and adjustable alarm that will get […]