Meditation Oasis App

As an individual with anxiety disorders, I’m always seeking ways to relax.  Meditating is one great way to calm one’s mind.  The Meditation Oasis App brings all the benefits “of the popular Meditation Oasis.” The Meditation Oasis App provides easy access to over 30 powerful and relaxing guided meditations.  Whether you’re new to meditation or a seasoned […]

GE Smart Microwave Oven with Alexa

Did you know GE offers an assortment of ADA-compliant appliances, from dishwashers to warming drawers?  The company’s newest addition is arguably one of their most accessible appliances yet: the GE Smart Microwave Oven with Alexa. Yes, you heard that right: there is a countertop microwave now available with Alexa voice control!  I’ve written about Amazon Echo […]

Fidget Controller Pad with 8 Functions

I remember always fidgeting with game controllers.  There are so many fidgets on them: from the joystick to the different textured buttons.  The Fidget Controller Pad from Special Supplies is a pocket-sized fidget that helps relieve stress in adults and children. The lightweight, compact fidget is small enough to carry in your pocket.  Or the built-in […]

Tobii Dynavox Speech Case

Tobii Dynavox is the business unit within Tobii Group where they help “individuals with different physical and cognitive limitations live richer and more independent lives.”  The company offers several augmentative and alternative (AAC) devices and accessories.  One of the company’s available devices is the Tobii Dynavox Speech Case for the iPad. The Tobii Dynavox Speech […]

5 Speech Therapy Apps from Erik X. Raj

Over the years I have written about several speech therapy apps.  However, I have yet to write about apps developed by speech-language pathologist, Erik X. Raj.  Today’s blog will highlight a handful of his available apps. Erik X. Raj is a speech-language pathologist in New Jersey.  He works with elementary and adolescent students who have various […]