Ruff’s House Teaching Tactile Set

While some children learn best by watching (visual learners), others require a more hands-on approach.  These tactile learners need the stimulation of touch to learn.  The Ruff’s House Teaching Tactile Set allows children to learn many skills by feeling their way through Ruff’s textured bones. Children ages 3 and up will have fun helping Ruff […]

Reminder, Alarm and Voice Reminders, Remind Me App

Visual scheduling and checklist apps have proven to be effective resources for individuals with autism, cognitive disabilities, and more.  The Reminder, Alarm and Voice Reminders, Remind Me App is a powerful, all-in-one app available for free* on the App Store. Because this Reminder app features a simple, user-friendly interface, it’s an ideal tool for individuals of […]

5 styluses for those with mobility impairments

I have already covered a myriad of topics for both Android and iOS mobile apps.  As stated in several of these blogs and other sources, smartphones and tablets have already proven beneficial for many individuals with autism, learning and cognitive disabilities, mobility impairments and so much more.  However, several individuals still struggle operating the touchscreens found on these […]

Seat Belt Buckle Guard

Several children who have emotional and cognitive disabilities often release the seat belt while the vehicle is in motion.  This is dangerous for everyone involved, as the child is not secured and oftentimes the driver will get distracted trying to get the child secured.  The Seat Belt Buckle Guard is designed to eliminate these dangers. The […]

Perkins’ LightAide: Fun and enlightened learning

There are many products and apps available to help children succeed academically.  However, several of these may easily lose a child’s attention and/or lack the necessary tools to construct a solid foundation for a child’s academic success.  There are many underlying factors that may contribute to a child’s education.  First, it is important to note that […]

Groovy glasses: Google to introduce augmented reality goggles

In the recent past, people have become quite used to seeing people talk to themselves in the street. Watching individuals talking with their hands, shouting or having heated conversations with apparently no one have become the norm for those who use headphones, with microphones, attached to their mobile device. Hands free, it’s all the rage. […]