Blog Archives: 2014

Autism Live Show features Brain Parade

Yesterday Stephanie O’Brien and I had the opportunity to talk about See.Touch.Learn. on the incredibly informative Autism Live Show (www.autism-live.com). Hosted by Shannon Pernod, the Autism Live Show is an interactive webshow providing support, resources, information, facts, entertainment and inspiration to anyone working with children on the Autism Spectrum. It was a great experience and Shannon is.... Read More > >

Is it Back to School time already?

Summer always seems to go by fast, but this summer seemed especially brief.  Maybe it’s the prospect of sending two of my three children off the college this fall or perhaps it’s simply all the exciting activity going on at Brain Parade this summer.  As the summer comes to a close, I thought it would.... Read More > >

Using See.Touch.Learn. with Foreign Language

Did you know you could use See.Touch.Learn. with languages other than english?  That’s right. We designed the combination of text prompts, text-to-speech audio prompts, and recorded audio prompts in See.Touch.Learn. to give you great flexibility in choosing how you want to use language in your instruction. You can use english for your text prompts, and record.... Read More > >

Brain Parade Celebrates Better Hearing and Speech Month

May is Better Hearing and Speech Month This year’s BHSM theme is “Communication Disorders Are Treatable”. See.Touch.Learn.® is used extensively by Speech and Hearing professionals around the globe to work with individuals with communication disorders. Brain Parade celebrating Better Hearing and Speech Month by reducing the price of See.Touch.Learn. Pro to just $29.99 USD through May 31st..... Read More > >

World Autism Awareness Day 2014

This morning I participated in the World Autism Awareness Day ceremony in my hometown of Stamford, CT. The event was organized by Stamford Education 4 Autism (SE4A) and its tireless President, Robin Portanova. The Mayor, Schools Superintendent, and numerous members of the city government, schools and private sector were there along with over 50.... Read More > >