We have covered countless smart home devices over the years. However, we’ve yet to discuss a device that could help individuals with special needs get into their garages. While garage door openers or outdoor keypads may work fine for some, something like Garageio may work even better for others. Garageio is a simple and secure […]
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 […]
Since its release over a year ago, the hype of the Apple Watch has simmered down. If you aren’t too familiar with the wearable device, check out my blog on its accessibility features as well as different apps available for the visually impaired. Now that it’s been out for a while, more and more apps and features are […]
Learn My World is a unique flashcard-type application that helps teach early learners new words and phrases by using photos of objects familiar to that child. It’s as simple as snapping a photo of a friendly face or item that your child is familiar with and recording the name of person or item! While using the app, children can zoom […]
The cool autumn air always reminds me of one of my most favorite childhood activities: coloring! I remember my younger sister and I coming home after school, drinking hot apple cider and eating warm kettle corn. Upon finishing our after school snack, we’d rush outside and sit on the crisp, colorful leaves and begin coloring in our favorite […]
There are so many different smartphone/tablet mounts available on the market today. Alvin Alviar introduces us to a very versatile Spiderpodium by Breffo. For more information on this product, visit the Breffo website: Breffo Spiderpodium.