Blog Archives: March 2014

Special Education Category in iTunes App Store

Change makes it easier to find Special Education apps During the iPad2 announcement on March 2, 2011 (see the video here), Apple highlighted the importance of the iPad as a special education tool. And obviously, you know where I stand on that subject – the iPad is a game changer when it comes to.... Read More > >

Show us photos of you using See.Touch.Learn.

Check out the wonderful photos of some children who are using the See.Touch.Learn.™ app. Thanks to Jessica and Vicki at Dynamic Therapy Associates for sharing some pictures of their “kiddos” using See.Touch.Learn.™. They are also posted on out Facebook fan page – go check them out and while you are there, Like us! Do.... Read More > >

Maine (Auburn) gives ALL kindergarten kids iPad2 devices

An iPad for every Child The Auburn, ME School Committee voted unanimously to provide every kindergartner in the city with an iPad2 computer in the fall to boost learning. School Superintendent Tom Morrill called it a “game changer”. Where have I heard that before? (see my blog post from December 3, 2010) The rollout.... Read More > >

“Most Flexible tool (app) available for Educators especially for ABA Programs”!

Technology in Special Education reviewed the See.Touch.Learn.™ product on Tuesday and acknowledged the fact that See.Touch.Learn.™is a great tool for educators. In fact, they called it the “Most Flexible tool(app) available for Educators especially for ABA Programs”! They also pointed out the areas where they would like to see future improvements in the app..... Read More > >

“Autism, Meet Your Arch Enemy: Apple iPad”

Desiree Q. Luong’s article on Examiner.com is in alignment with Brain Parade Founder’s belief that the iPad is a game changer when it comes to education for children with special needs. In the article, Desiree refers to a 2-year old boy who is using See.Touch.Learn.™ For more news and reviews of See.Touch.Learn.™, check out.... Read More > >

See.Touch.Learn.™ featured in App Friday!

Moms with Apps is a group of individual, independent, family-friendly developers who share best practices on making and marketing mobile apps. Each Friday Moms with Apps features one of more apps and today in support of Autism Awareness Month, Brain Parade was chosen for the App Friday promotion. Visit Moms with Apps and check.... Read More > >

Brain Parade Partners with Autism Speaks™ to “Light it up Blue”

Join Brain Parade in our Support of Autism Awareness Autism Speaks established the Light it up Blue initiative where prominent buildings across North America and the world — including the Empire State Building in New York City and the CN Tower in Toronto, Canada — will turn their lights blue to raise awareness for.... Read More > >