Blog Archives: 2014

2012 Best App for Special Needs

See.Touch.Learn. – 2012 Top 12 App For Special Needs Teachers with Apps has chosen See.Touch.Learn.® Pro as one of 2012’s Best Apps for Special Needs, calling it “a very powerful learning tool. We are delighted to receive this great distinction! Check it out here!  

See.Touch.Learn.® Pro receives great review by Autism Plugged In

Autism Plugged In recently wrote a review of the new See.Touch.Learn.® Pro version 2.0 update. Here’s a quote: “And, let me say it again – this app has loads of potential. There are endless ways in which this program could be used by therapists, parents, or educators.” Visit AutismPluggedIn.com to see the full text.... Read More > >

Mass High Tech Journal – calls Brain Parade “One you should follow”

Startup Watch: Five You Should Follow The Mass High Tech business journal highlighted Brain Parade as a startup to watch. Mass High Tech covers the high tech industry in the New England region. I have been a reader of Mass High Tech since 2001 and I’m delighted to be recognized by them and by.... Read More > >

Get Ready to Celebrate with Us!

It has been a while since I’ve shared an update with you, and there is a lot to tell you. Most recently, Hurricane Sandy wreaked havoc here on the east coast and our thoughts and prayers go out to those affected. The impact for us at Brain Parade in Connecticut, while frustrating, was minor.... Read More > >

Brain Parade – A 2012 “Tech Company to Watch”

Connecticut Technology Council calls Brain Parade “A 2012 Tech Company to Watch” The Connecticut Technology Council selected 75 companies to participate this year as Tech Companies to Watch, representing an array of technology verticals. Most are recent start-ups, a few are more mature tech companies who have been in business for a few years.... Read More > >

A Very Rewarding Event

  September 19, 2012 I’m sitting on a flight home from St. Louis and reflecting on the past two days at the Touch Technology Applications for Children with Special Needs Conference. I first became aware of this event when a Facebook friend Debra Bryant told me about it. Debra is a BCaBA, LBA, and.... Read More > >

Apple devices gain scientific backing for autism assistance

We knew it all along, but now there is published evidence. “Researchers concluded what advocates have said for years: usage of Apple’s touch-based suite led to significant improvements in the functionality of autistic people.” The Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation published a case study on Monday Sept 3rd showing evidence of the effectiveness of the.... Read More > >

Touch Technology Expo Special

Brain Parade® is excited about participating at the Touch Technology Applications Conference & Exposition (TTACE) September 17th and 18th in St. Louis. Stephanie O’Brien and I will be presenting the topic “Teaching Language, Concepts, and Daily Living Skills (using picture cards) in the 21st Century”. Debra Bryant and the folks at St. Louis Main.... Read More > >

HUUUUUUGE Back to School SALE!!

  Brain Parade® is Celebrating Back to School by putting Everything On Sale! ** Until September 23rd Only! ** Now’s your chance to purchase libraries for See.Touch.Learn. or upgrade to See.Touch.Learn. Pro 2012 at big discounts! All Libraries reduced to $1.99 $0.99 Custom Card Designer reduced to $3.99 $2.99! See.Touch.Learn.™ Pro 2012 reduced to.... Read More > >

FoxNews.com interviews Brain Parade founder Jim McClafferty

Did you catch Brain Parade Founder Jim McClafferty on Fox News.com last week? I had a great conversation with Meg Baker at FoxNews.com about See.Touch.Learn. and how it is being used to help children with special needs. Brain Parade Founder interviewed on Fox News AppAttack segment by Meg Baker Click here see the interview..... Read More > >